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WE, THE CLASS OF 1976, 
RESPECTFULL Y DEDICA TE 

OUR YEARBOOK TO OUR 

PARENTS WHO HA VE GIVEN 

US THE HAPPY PAST WE 

HOLD IN OUR HEARTS. . . 






A ND THE BRIGHT FUTURE 
WE HOLD IN OUR HANDS. 



Days Pass Quickly Into Years. 

One Day, Doll Houses and Tonka Trucks. 

The Next, Shakespeare and Trigonometry. 









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With the Rustle of Caps and Gowns 
the Future is Here. 








Twelve Years of Learning 

Has Only Taught Us 

How Much We Do Not Know. 











Growing, 

We Have Discovered the World Around Us, 

Discovered Ourselves. 




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Happy Moments Captured in a Smile, 
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Will Bring Us Joy in Years to Come. 
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We Are All Unique, We Are All A like. 
Concrete Walls and Blackboards 
Have Brought Us Together. 








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We Have Shared 

All Kinds of Experiences, 

Given of Ourselves. 






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They Tell Us We Are Young 
and Have Our Whole Life A head. 
Perhaps . . . 






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But It Feels As if Our Whole Life 

Is Behind. 

We Are Uncertain, We Are Anxious. 






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Tomorrow Is Here. 
The Sun Is Shining 
On This New Day. 








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We Can Walk Out Confidently 
Not Hidden By Shadows 
But Protected By Memories. 






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So As the Doors of Methuen High 

Close Behind Us, We Can Look 

Back and Smile, Thankful 

for Where We Have Been, 

Excited About Where We Now Can Go. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 







Faculty 
Seniors 
Superlatives 
Organizations 



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Events 



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A dvertisements 




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A DMINISTRA TION 




MR. KENNETH DOLOFF JR. 
PRINCIPAL 



MR. DAVID CLAYMAN 
HOUSEMASTER 





MR. ARTHUR NICHOLSON III 
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 





MR. CARL STASIO 
HOUSEMASTER 




MR. ROBERT W. MULLOY 
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 



DR. PAUL ZDANOWICZ 
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



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GUIDANCE 



MR. ALTON BAILEY 





MISS ADELE DEMERS 



MR. WILLIAM CULLEN 



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MR. MARTIN MELIA 






MRS. JANET McLENNAN 




MR. ALVIN HUEBNER 



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MRS. GAYLE ROUSSEAU 




MR. ALFRED JONES 





MRS. LILLIAN HERSHFIELD 
Coordinator 






MR. THOMAS JENNINGS 




MRS. LEONIE NIELSEN 
LONGSHORE 



MISS ELAINE KEVGAS 




MRS. ANNE TATARONIS 



MISS ANN MARIE FIORELLA 



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MR. ANDREW MELNICKI 




MRS. ELAINE CRANE 




MR. DANIEL HERLIHY 





MRS. PATRICIA CONROY 





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MR. SHAUN GURRY 




MR. DOUGLAS HALLBAUER 




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MRS. SANDRA HODGE 





MR. DAVID CLAYMAN 
Coordinator 





MR. FRANK YELLE 




MRS . JEAN CARRIER 



MR. BRUCE HISCOCK 






MRS. MAUREEN TROIANELLO 



MR. ROBERT FRADETTE 



MISS DOREEN DEVINE 



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MRS. JEAN LYONS 



MR. BRUCE PARKER 



MRS . JACQUELINE DIRSA 






MR. JOHN SIEG 





MISS JUDITH HILLER 




MRS. SUSAN McGRATH 



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MR. CARL STASIO 
Coordinator 







MR. DAVID WHITING 





MR. LAWRENCE 
SALMONSOHN 





MRS. ROBIN MOODY 




MR. GERARD RIGBY 



MR. DONALD SMITH 



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MR. DAVID HENNESSEY 




MR. JOHN NIGRELLI 




MR. MICHAEL HUGHES 




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MIJ ELIZABETH SMITH 




MR. JOHN HEGGARTY 



MRS. NANCY DORNER 






MR. DANIEL DODSON 




MR. ALFRED DESTEFANO 




MR. JOHN RIMAS 



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MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL 
Department Head 





MR. PETER SALEMI 



MR. PAUL BOURQUE 




MR. PAUL NOISEUX 



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MR. PETER MAZZAGLIA 




MR. JOHN ZIMINSKI 



MR. JOHN MOORE 






MISS KATHLEEN FOX 





MR. JOSEPH FORSEZE 




MR. DANIEL MOYNIHAN 



MR. ROGER FULLER 



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MR. GERARD GAGNE 
Coordinator 





MRS. MILDRED GAMMONS 



MISS KATHLEEN COOK 




MRS. DEBORAH HOWE 



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MRS. CYNTHIA WILCOCK 





MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 




MISS CAROL DUFRESNE 



MRS . IRENE BOISVERT 




MR. JOSEPH CARUSO 



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MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE 



MRS. PATRICIA BORUCKI 



BUSINESS 







MISS RUTH LANGE 

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MISS KATHLEEN DORAN 
Department Head 



MRS . MARGARET STEELE 






MRS. VIRGINIA WILMAN 



MISS PATRICIA WALSH 



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MRS. BARBARA FIORELLO 




MISS SUSAN WAGNER 



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MISS GAIL TOWNSEND 




MISS SUSAN SADOWSKI 



MRS. MILDRED KEARN 



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MISS MARY ELLEN DUDLEY 




MISS DENISE BENNER 





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MR. JAMES SHAMBERGER 



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MRS. RHONDA KRASA 
Special Needs 




MRS. ANNERVIN 
Special Needs 





MR. JAMES McDERMOTT 
I . A . - Athletic Director 




MR. THOMAS MERRIMAN 
Health Education 



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MRS. JOYCE PEA VEY 
Chorus 




MRS. SHIRLEY HOVANASI AN 
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MRS . EVELYN MAHONEY 
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MISS ALICE COULSON 
Librarian 




MR. DANIEL TEARNO 
Cadets 




MR. DAVID ISADORE 
Band Director 




MRS . JEAN McGURN 
Math Lab Assistant 




MR. ROBERT ROSMARINO 
Driver Education 




MR. MILTON LEBOWITZ 
Distributive Education 




MR. RAYMOND PILAT 
Distributive Education 



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MISS CAROL BAILEY 




MR. LARRY KLIMAS 




MRS. KAREN BERGERON 



MR. FRANCIS MOLESSO 




MISS SHERYL ALLEN 




MR. MICHAEL SORTER 




MISS JOALYN LAWSON 




MR. JOSEPH ROBILLARD 



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Miss Ellen Bell 




Miss Ruth Donahue 





Mrs . Marilyn Dufton 

People 
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Mrs. Shirley King 




Mrs. Marion Minihane 




Mr. Berube, Mr. Sharkey, Mrs. Pelliteer, Doctor 
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Mr. Sal Polozotti 



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JOAN ABBOTT 
"Joni" 
My high school memories 
will go back to St. Mary's 
High, but I'll also remem- 
ber the friends I've found in 
my Senior year at Methuen 
High School. My Ambition: 
To be rich and happy . 

Luck and Love ! 




Hey cutie - What are you doing tonight? 




JOYCE ANN AMORE 
"Joy-Joy" 
Italian Club ... Pep Club 
. . . Drama Club . . . 
Business Club . . . My 
sophomore year of '74 was 
an okay year . . . My jun- 
ior year of '75 was a little 
better . . . But my senior 
year of '76 was a dynamite 
year! My ambition is to 
become a secretary . 



RICHARD ALAN ANGUS 
"Rick" 
Football - Co. Capt. . . . 
Hockey - Assistant Capt. 
. . . Baseball . . . My 
ambition is to have a good 
life and eventually go to 
college. 





ROBERT D. APKARIAN 
"Bob" 
President - French Club 
. . . Treasurer 

Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . Historian - Honor 
Society . . . Lightning 
Calculator Team . . . 
D.A.R. Award . . . Sen- 
ior Class Play . . . My 
ambition is to become a 
dentist . 



DONNA ARASI 
"D" 
To all my good friends - 
Patty, Stromondo, CR, 
Sue, Liz, Donna, Gunbo, 
Joey, and Zim - Remember 
all the good times (which 
were mostly not during 
school). Good Luck, Have 
Fun, and Party Hardy. 




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SYLVIA MARIA ARCIDIA- 

CONO 

"Sil" 
Amy, Kathy, Jo, and Janet 
. . . Remember the good 
times we had . . . My 
senior year has been lots of 
fun ... I hope to succeed 
in becoming a good dental 
assistant. 



MARY LOU ARSENAULT 
"Lou" 
Class Treasurer . . . Foot- 
ball Queen . . . Spanish 
Club . . . Powder Puff 
Football . . . Senior Class 
Play . . . My ambition is 
to see , feel , do and explore 
everything in this whole 
new world. ... To ever- 
yone in my class: Never 
forget the hugs, the teach- 
ers, the parties, the fights, 
the tears, and all the grow- 
ing up . . . Never forget 
our junior and senior years 
and most of all don't forget 
me cuz I'll never forget you 
. . . Love, Lou. 





LAURIE J. AUCLAIR 
"Law" 
Senior, Junior and Sopho- 
more Class Secretary . . . 
Powder Puff Football . . . 
Football Queen Attendant 
. . . My ambition is to 
become a Fashion Consult- 
ant in New York . . . and 
to always keep smiling. 



JILL BAILIE 
Junior Boosters Club . . . 
Pep Club . . . Homeroom 
Representative . . . Foot- 
ball Queen Attendant . . . 
Freshman, Sophomore, and 
Junior Cheerleader . . . 
Never forget all the fantas- 
tic times in these high 
school years . . . My 
ambition is to become an 
elementary education 
teacher . 





DEBRA ANN BARBIN 
"Deb" 
National Honor Society - 
President . . . Yearbook 
Staff . . . Junior Boosters 
Club . . . Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . French 
Club . . . Through these 
four years of high school, 
many lasting and dear 
friendships were made, and 
many valuable lessons were 
learned. May the friend- 
ships never end, and the 
lessons pave the way for the 
new experiences to come 
. . . Good Luck to the 
Class of '76! My ambition 
is to become a Pharmacist 
and to lead a happy life - 
always with a smile ! 

D.A. and D.B. - 1/25/74 




Binding forces in Physics . 



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JANET MARIE BARBIN 
"Jay" 
Amy, Jo- Ann, Bobbie . . . 
Remember those exciting days 
in Latin class and all the oth- 
ers . . . Jo-Ann's heartbreak- 
ing stories . . . Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . French Club 
... I am hoping for a career 
in nursing . 




JO-ANN BASSO 
I've had a lot of good times in 
high school, especially our 
Anatomy class . . . Good 
luck to Debbie, Amy, Janet, 
Linda , Bobbie and anyone else 
I forgot . . . My ambition is 
to major in Psychology in col- 
lege. 




DEBBIE ANN BAZDANES 
"Deb" 
Well, what I would like to 
;ay is good luck to all the 
seniors ... I remember 
the good times I've had 
here all through my years, 
but I thought the senior year 
was the best . 



WILLIAM BEELEY 



AMY E. BEBO 
Listen and you will hear 
. . . Perceive and you will 
feel. 



BRUCE M. BILAPKA 
"Bascut" 
Football . . . Track . . . 
My ambition is to branch out 
the Big Willow Store and run 
Findeisen's out of town. 



BETH J. BENDER 
"B.J." 
Honor Society . . . Soft- 
ball (Co-Captain) . . . 
Basketball (Co-Captain) 
. . . WBWT . . . Volley- 
ball . . . Newspaper Edi- 
tor .. . Yearbook . . . 
Jr. Boosters . . . Bicen- 
tennial Workshop . . . 
Powder Puff . . . DAR 
. . . "Theb" . . . 
McDonald's . . . friends 
. . . candy bars . . . 
North Activity Area . . . 
passes? . . . Oklahoma, 
here I come! . . . "If it 
seems like only yesterday, 
think how soon tomorrow 
will come . ' ' 





ROBERT W. BLOMGREN 
"Bob" 
Tomorrow! What possibilities 
there are in that word. No 
matter how discouraging today 
. . . there's always Tomor- 
row , with its promise of better 
things. 



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ANN E. BOCSI 
I'll never forget all the great 
times in my senior and high 
school years . . . wishing all 
my friends and everyone the 
best of luck in the future . . . 
water skiing . . . horseback 
riding ... I hope to become 
a nurse. 




DIANE M. BOHNE 
I hope to lead a happy life and 
be successful in anything I 
decide to do . 




MATTHEW BOLDUC 
"Matt" 
The great teachers through 
the years were Bill, Betty, 
Zim, and Worm ... It 
was the best of times - and 
the worst of times ... As 
I have frequently said 
once, "The future is 
brighter, but duller." 



CONNIE M. BONFANTI 
"Con" 
Learn from yesterday . . . 
Live for today . . . and 
hope for tomorrow ... I 
hope always to be happy . 



MICHELE BONENFANT 
"Shelley" 
Student Council . . . Stu- 
dent Advisory to the School 
Committee . . . French 
Club . . . Spanish Club 
. . . Rangerettes (First 
Lieutenant) . . . Cadet 
Queen Attendant . . . My 
ambition is to lead a happy 
and successful life with 
Gerry. 



KAREN J. BONIN 
"Bone" 
If you wish to see the val- 
leys, climb to the moun- 
tain top; if you desire to see 
the mountain top, rise into 
the cloud; but if you seek to 
understand the cloud, close 
your eyes and think . . . 
Gymnastics . . . Band 
. . . Drama Club . . . 
My ambition is to travel . 




CONNIE BONNEAU 
Party in '76. 




LINDA M. BOOTH 
"Boothie" 
Hold your head up high. Look 
the world in the eye, and 
NEVER be afraid ... My 
ambition is to try to make the 
world a little better place to 
live and then to live life to its 
fullest. 



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Two heads are better than one? 




NORMAND BOURQUE 



MARK BORGESI 
"Borg's" 
I hope to succeed in what- 
ever I do and wish good 
luck to the rest of the Sen- 
ior class ... I enjoyed 
working with my classmates 
in this year's Senior Class 
play "The Devil Made Me 
Do It" ... as well as 
participating in the first 
DECA Hockey game. 



BRIAN BOYLE 
The thing that meant the 
most to me in my school 
years was card playing 
. . . My ambition is to 
become the best card 
player in the world . 






MARGUERITE BRADISH 
"Petu" 
I am only one, but still I 
am one. I cannot do every- 
thing, but still I can do 
something; And because I 
cannot do everything, I 
will not refuse to do that 
something that I can do . 



DONNA MARIE BREEN 
It is better to decide 
between our enemies than 
our friends; for one of our 
friends will probably 
become our enemy; but on 
the other hand, one of your 
enemies will probably 
become your friend . . . 
My ambition is to live life 
happily . 




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LYNNE BROWN 
Football, 22-0 . . . Soc- 
cer Tech Tourneys . . . 
Basketball . . . Spirit 
. . . Class of '76!! . . . 
"I live not in myself, but I 
become a portion of that 
around me . " . . . Pep 
Club ... Jr. Boosters 
. . . Ranger News . . . 
Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . Sr. Class Play . . . 
Drama Club . . . French 
Club. 



JOANNE BUBEN 
"Start each day with a 
smile on your lips and a 
song in your heart . " . . . 
"A drawing is worth a thou- 
sand words. "... Art 
Club (President) . . . 
Bicentennial Workshop 
... Pep Club ... Jr. 
Boosters . . . Student 
Congress ... I hope to 
become an art teacher at 
M.H.S. 





JOYCE BURNS 
"Puckett" 
Accept me for what I am. 
Only then can we discover 
each other . . . Spring 
track ... I hope to 
become a successful dieti- 
cian. 



ELAINE BUTTERWORTH 
Pep Club . . . French Club 
. . . Italian Club (Presi- 
dent) . . . Powder Puff 
Football . . . My ambi- 
tion is to marry a million- 
aire and lead a happy life . 




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STEVEN BUYCK 
"Meatball" 
Sixth period we roared 
. . . Seventh period we 
got bored . . . and all 
teachers are rotten to the 
core. 




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ROBERT A. BYRNES II 
'•Bob'* 
Student Council . . . Distrib- 
utive Ed (Store Manager) 
. . . Drama Club . . . Mil- 
ton and Ray . . . My ambi- 
tion is to work in the field of 
Business Management . 




LINDA MARIE BOHONDONEY 
My ambition is to travel and 
live life to its fullest . 





DEBRA CABRAL 
"Debbie" 
Hold fast to dreams, for if 
dreams die, life is a bro- 
ken-winged bird that can- 
not fly. Hold fast to 
dreams, for when dreams 
go, life is a barren field, 
frozen with snow . 



BART LOUIS CALOBRISI 
"Bart ... To some, 

Louie" 
Band . . . Chorus . . . 
Stage Band . . . Drama 
Club . . . Honor Society 
. . . French Club . . . 
Wrestling . . . PATS 
. . . Math League . . . 
District Chorus . . . All- 
State Chorus . . . Senior 
Class Play . . . Marching 
Band . . . Class Day 
Speaker . . . My ambition 
is to become a M . D . 



DAVID CALLAHAN 
"Dave" . . . "Cal" 
Honor Society . . . Bicen- 
tennial Workshop . . . 
Golf . . . Wrestling . . . 
et.al . . . Class Day 
Speaker . . . Uncle Bill 
. . . Rock . . . Teej 
. . . Zim . . . Lil . . . 
Pete . . . Etc. . . . Most 
people will use the sermon 
on the mount as a flag to 
sail under, but few will use 
it as a rudder by which to 
steer. 



GLENN CANNAVO 
Soccer . . . Track . . . 
Gymnastics ... I hope to 
become a Mechanical 
Engineer. 




STEPHEN CARACCIO 
"Steve" 
Student Council . . . Wres- 
tling . . . My ambition is to 
be a Jockey or a bum . 




ANTHONY R. CARITO 
"Tony" 
Italian (Mafia) Club . . . 
leaving sixth period study 
early for lunch . . . no walls 
. . . field trips . . . class 
activities ... I hope to lead 
a long, prosperous and 
rewarding life . 



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GAIL CARTER 
When someone cares . . . it's 
easier to speak . . . it's eas- 
ier to listen . . . it's easier 
to play . . . it's easier to 
work . . . it's easier to 
laugh. Field Hockey . . . 
Basketball . . . Softball 
. . . WBWT . . . Chorus 
. . . Bicentennial . . . Jun- 
ior Boosters ... I hope to be 
happy in whatever I do . 




LYNNEM. CARTER 
"When it's time to die, let's 
not discover that we've never 
lived . " I hope to have a good 
art career and become a jew- 
elry designer. 




CHRISTINE CASSIDY 
"Chris" 
Joe . . . Joan . . . Steve 
. . . X-Country . . . 
Blackjack . . . "Spaz" 
. . . fighting for the back 
seat of the bus . . . Fifth 
period in the library with 
Mike, Adale, Cathy, 
Donna, Terry, Bill, Ron- 
nie, Joan, Steve . . . 
Hey, Jane, Bonnie, Deb, 
Beth and Boomer ... My 
ambition is to share warm 
fuzzies . 



IRAIDA CASTRO 
Love could fail once, or 
love could fail twice, but 
don't be discouraged 
because love could always 
come . . . My ambition is 
to become a love doctor 
. . . Good luck for the 
future Joyce, Marise, Pris- 
cilla and Chris . 



ANTHONY L. CASTI- 

GLIONE 

"Tony" 
Soccer (Tri-Captain) . . . 
Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . National Honor Soci- 
ety . . . Science Club 
. . . Ranger News ... I 
plan to go into politics . 



LYNDA IRENE CATE 
"Lyn" 
Remember the sports rallies 
when half the class didn't 
have any spirit? . . . the 
studies at the end of the day 
... we laughed until our 
sides began to hurt . . . 
hoping that that certain 
someone would ask you to 
the prom ... I hope to 
travel . 




NANCY JANE CAVANAUGH 
Today is good, but tomorrow 
will be better . . . My ambi- 
tion is to stay happy . 




PATRICIA ANNE CHABOT 
"Pat" . . . "Patty" or 

"Rat" 
Chorus . . . Pep Club . . . 
Drama Club . . . Senior 
Class Play . . . Remember 
those long afternoons after 
school . . . those first periods 
reaching high A and B's . . . 
I plan on traveling , becoming 
a nurse or opening a nursery 
. . . Thanks for the wonder- 
ful year. 



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PAUL CHEBBA 




Vogue - Here I come! 




TAMMY M. CHEBBA 
"Tarn" 
To fulfill the need to be 
who I am in this world is all 
I ask. I can't pretend to be 
something I'm not, and I 
won't wear a mask . . • 
'cause I am what I am 
... I hope to have a suc- 
cessful life. 



ALICE M. CHONTOIAN 

"Al" 

Powder Puff Football . . . 

My ambition is to be a 

musician. 





ELIZABETH CIARDELLO 
"Liz" 
My ambition is to get out of 
high school . 



ROSEM. COCO 
You are you and I am I and 
if by chance we happen to 
meet it's beautiful . . . 
Powder Puff . . . Italian 
Club . . . My ambition is 
to have a good job and a 
happy life . 




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GLORIA COELHO 
Gloria and Jimmy forever 
. . . December '63 (Oh, 
what a night) . . . Mr. 
Pilat . . . Distributive Ed 
. . . My ambition is to be 
happy . 



JILL COLLINS 





NANCY J. COLLINS 
7/24/74 . . . 5/9/75, first 
date with George . . . 
bowling . . . swimming 
. . . Movies . . . My 
ambition is to become a 
Dental Assistant and to 
marry George. 



CAROL COLLOPY 
"Carrie" 
Co- Captain of the Cheer- 
leaders . . . Powder Puff 
Football . . . Holly Ball 
. . . Senior Class Play 
... I hope to always be 
happy. "Goals - I find the 
greatest thing in this world 
is, not so much where we 
stand, as in what direction 
we are moving . ' ' 





SHARI C. CONRAN 
"Shar" 
Out with the girls . . . 
Partying . . . McDonald's 
. . . Seven cars ... On 
the phone with Carlie . . . 
Military Ball . . . Her- 
mans . . . School . . . 
Memories . . . Yearbook 
Staff . . . Cadet Queen 
. . . DECA (President) 
. . . Powder Puff Football 
. . . Homeroom Repre- 
sentative ... I plan to be 
a Fashion Retailer and to 
keep smiling! 



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LAURA CONSTANTINEAU 
Good luck to all my class- 
mates . . . after all, you're 
the ones that made it fun 
. . . hope you all get the best 
out of life . . . Good luck to 
Lisa who still has two years 
left . . . My ambition is to 
be happy . 




PAULA COOK 




CYNTHIA ANN COREY 
"Cyn" 
Student Council . . . 
Cheerleading Squad . . . 
Powder Puff Football . . . 
Pep Club . . . My ambi- 
tion is to be happy in ever- 
ything I do . 



ROBERT COREY 
"Bob" 
Basketball . . . Student 
Council . . . My ambition 
is to be successful in life 
and be happy with Janet . 



SHARON CORMIER 



CATHERINE CORREIA 
"Cathy" 
I would like to thank all my 
friends for the happy times 
you've shared with me 
... I want to wish each 
one of you a life of happi- 
ness and success which I am 
sure you all deserve . 




LINDA M. COULOMBE 
Sometimes things are ahead 
and sometimes things are 
behind. Sometimes breathing 
is hard, sometimes it comes 
easily. Sometimes there is 
strength and sometimes weak- 
ness. Sometimes one is up and 
sometimes down. Therefore 
the sage avoids extremes, 
excesses and complacency . 




CINDY J. COURCY 
"Tomorrow!" What possibili- 
ties there are in that word . No 
matter how discouraging today 
. . . there's always Tomor- 
row , with its promise of better 
things . . . My ambition is to 
have a happy life . 



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DEBORAH COURCY 
"Pugsley" 
I am one; just one person; the 
way I want it to be; the only 
way it is to be. And for this, I 
hold fast to my dreams, the 
dreams of: Yesterday, Today 
and Tomorrow. I plan to do 
Hair Styling. 




SUSAN P. CUMMINGS 
"Tonto" 
Yearbook Staff . . . Junior 
Class Officer . . . Powder 
Puff Football . . . Senior 
Class Play . . . Track . . . 
Hockey Games . . . Basket- 
ball Games . . . Close 
Friends . . . McDonalds 
. . . Dances . . . My ambi- 
tion is to be an honest cop 
. . . Also to find my Kima- 
sabi friend . . . the Lone 
Ranger . . . to be happy . 




KRISTIN CUNNINGHAM 
"Kris" 
Hold fast to dreams, for if 
dreams die life is a broken- 
winged bird that cannot 
fly. Hold fast to dreams, 
for when dreams go life is a 
barren field frozen with 
snow. Good luck to every- 
one . . . My ambition is 
to be a Horse Trainer. 



LINDA SUE D'AGATA 
"Meatball" 
Good luck to all the Senior 
graduates of '76 . . . 
Much happiness . . . God 
Bless! . . . My ambition is 
to reach all the goals that 
I've set for myself. 



CARLA R. CURTIS 
"Carlie" 
Italian Club (Vice-Presi- 
dent) . . . French Club 
. . . Powder Puff Football 
... To Shari and Ann 
. . . Through the trees, 
the twinkling lights . . . 
My ambition is to be rich 
and happy . 



SANDRA D'AGATI 
"Sandy" 
To all Seniors of '76 . . . 
Good luck in everything 
you do . . . My ambition 
is to have a happy and 
healthy life . . . like to 
be a housewife . 




KIM DAIGLE 
I know of no way of judging 
the future but by the past 
. . . and it's all gone so 
quickly . . . I'm going to 
miss everyone, but I want to 
wish you all a very fulfilling 
future . . . Art Club . . . 
French Club . . . Powder Puff 
Football . . . Honor Society 
. . . Honor Essayist . . . My 
ambition is Art Education. 




ROBERT R. DAIGLE 
"Face" . . . "Grump" 
Dave . . . Mike . . . Rick 
. . . Glenn ... for all the 
good times with my Senior 
Class . . . Hockey . . . 
Track . . . to set a goal and 
achieve it ... to have a 
good life . . . My ambition 
is to play at the Garden . 



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LINDA A. DeCESARE 
"Lin" 
Fred and I! ... all my 
high school years with him , 
and hope to make my life 
with him . . . I'll never 
forget the all night parties 
with the girls . . . Her- 
man's Hall . . . "Yay" 
. . . Love to Miss Benner 
from me. 




A friendly face brightens any dull day . 




DIANE DeFEO 
"Duff" 
Field Hockey . . . Basket- 
ball . . . Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . German 
Club (President) ... Jr. 
Boosters . . . Honor Soci- 
ety . . . Pep Club . . . 
the fun I had playing sports 
after school and the bus 
trips ... I hope to 
become a CPA. 



STEPHEN DeFUSCO 





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SUSAN DELLICHIAIE 



JOANN DELLI COLLI 
When tomorrow comes, 
what will it be? Will it be 
winter or will it be spring? 
Will a prayer be answered 
from skies up above? What 
will it be? When we search 
for Tomorrow . 




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RACHEL CONSTANCE 
DeQUATTRO 
"Rae" 
To the Seniors of '76 - 
Enjoy life and strive to be 
happy . . . My ambition is 
to enjoy my life as best I 
can. 



SUE D'ERRICO 
Fading faces in a waking 
dream from places in my 
past. Sometimes I can 
laugh and cry, and I can't 
remember why, but I still 
love those good times gone 
by. 





THERESA DeSANTIS 
Teri and Tom 4-ever . . . 
"Spirit of '76" . . . Mr. 
Bailey's a peach ... I 
hope I can get away with as 
much in life as I have as a 
Senior. 



STEPHEN DESROSIERS 
"Moe" 
Baseball . . . Basketball 
. . . Honor Society . . . 
PATS . . . Lightning Cal- 
culation . . . DAR Award 
. . . American Legion 
Boys' State . . . Salutato- 
rian . . . My ambition is 
to become a Dentist . 





KATHLEEN DEVANEY 
"Kathy" 
They say a yearbook never 
forgets . . . forget me not 
yearbook, for I won't forget 
my years in school . . . 
remember all the good 
times, and take in stride 
the bad ... I hear the 
key to life is happiness 
. . . Hope so . 




You can dish it out but that doesn't mean we're going to eat 
it! 



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SUSAN DEVINE 
"Sue" 
These past years in high school 
have been the best ... I 
will never forget all my dyna- 
mite friends and all the excel- 
lent times together . . . 
Good luck to everyone . . . 
Student Council . . . Powder 
Puff Football . . . Senior 
Class Play . . . My ambition 
is to be the Lone Ranger. 




RICHARD DEWHIRST 
"Rick" 
To all my high school friends 
. . . rectilinear motion 
... Mr. W's special class- 
room flicks ... the hockey 
team . . . Mrs. Derby's E 
level study . . .Mr. Fra- 
dette's derivatives . . . bad 
jokes . . . homeroom . . . 
and most of all to Jane L . 




RON DiCENSO 
"Nose" 
Two years of Hockey . 
My ambition is to be 
president of the Mafia . 



JUNE DiGENNARO 



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FRANK P. DiNOTO 
My ambition is to make 
$1,659,99 a week. 



DIANE M . DiPALERMO 
"Di" 
Homeroom Representative 
. . . Powder Puff Football 
. . . Hockey Game . . . 
Senior Class Play . . . 
Remembering the good 
times with all my special 
friends and hope we always 
keep in touch . . . Her- 
mans . . . The Field 
. . . Friday night at 
"Macs" . . . skipping 
school . 




DEBORAH DiRESTA 
"Debbie" 
Wow. What a rush . . . had a 
terrific year . . . lots of love 
to Babe, Amy, Syl, Mark, 
Roger, Gabour, Gilbert, Paul, 
Linda, Sharon and everyone 
. . . Special thanks to Ms. 
Wagner ... Ms. Fiorello, 
and Ms. Durham for an inspir- 
ing year in art . 




DAVID J. DiZAZZO 
"Zaz" 
Spring track (2 years) . . . 
Winter track (1 year) . . . 
My ambition is to always find 
the best of life . 



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WILLIAM M. DONAHUE 
"Mark" . . . "H.C." . . . 
Growing old is no more than a 
bad habit which a busy man 
has no time to form. Youth is 
the time for the adventures of 
the body, but age for the tri- 
umphs of the mind . . . Ger- 
man Club ... I plan to 
become an Elementary School 
teacher. 




CAROL A . DOWD 
Student Council ... I want 
to work with children and to 
have a happy and fulfilling 
life. 




DEBRA J. DOWD 
"Deb" 
To all Seniors of '76 . . . 
Good luck in the future 
... I hope to spend a 
long and happy life. In the 
future I would like to help 
other people . . . My 
ambition is to be a nurse . 



KATHY DOWNEY 



JOANNE DUGGAN 
"Jo" 



JOLINEM. DUNCAN 
"Jo- 
Art Club . . . Work Study 
. . . My ambition is to be 
an artist . 




PATRICE J. DUQUETTE 
"Pat" 
Sometimes, not often enough, 
We reflect upon the good 
things. And I think about the 
people who mean so much to 
me, and for so many years 
have made me so very happy. 
And I count the times I have 
forgotten to say . . . "Thank 
you . ' ' 




KAREN DURLING 
My ambition is to get into 
Management . . . When I'm 
rich and successful, you'll 
remember me! High school 
was fun . . . but life has just 
begun . 



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BERNARD DYSON 




Make me an offer I can't refuse. 




WALTER F. EARNSHAW, 
JR. 
"Wally" 
DECA 



WEONA N. EDDY 
Wisdom is the principal 
thing. Therefore, get wis- 
dom and with all thy wis- 
dom, get understanding 
. . . My ambition is to do 
the Lord's will for my life. 





JOSEPH ELLSEY 



CYNTHIA FAGGIANO 
"Fudge" 
Art Club (Secretary) . . . 
Italian Club . . . Powder 
Puff Football . . . Twa- 
fola . . . "And freedom 
tastes of reality" ... I'd 
like to be a successful artist 
(?) . . . Good luck every- 
body . . . Goodbye. 




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JOSEPH FALLON 



SUZANNE FARLEY 
"Susie" 
Always remember 1st level 
study in Senior year on 
Thursday and Friday when 
we all used to talk about 
L.A. . . . Hope everyone 
does the best they can in 
everything they try . . . 
God bless! 





MICHAEL FAUCHER 



PAMELA FAUCHER 
"Pam" 
Tomorrow! What possibili- 
ties there are in that word. 
No matter how discouraging 
today . . . there's always 
tomorrow, with its promise 
of better things . 





NANCY J. FAUNT 
"How beautiful a day can 
be when kindness touches 
it . " Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . Co-Captain of Girl's 
Gymnastic Team . . . Pep 
Club • . . My ambition is 
to become a social worker. 




If you think I'm listening to Zim you're crazy! 



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DIANE F. FAZIO 
"Dee Dee" 
God grant me the serenity to 
accept the things I cannot 
change, the courage to 
change the things I can, and 
the wisdom to know the differ- 
ence ... I'd like to marry 
Sam and live happily forever. 




GEORGE R. FEOLE 
Activities: Soccer . . . Tri- 
Captain Wrestling . . . Ital- 
ian Club . . . Dates to 
Remember: 7/24/74, 5/9/75, 
first date with Nancy, soccer 
marathon . . . My ambition 
is to be a policeman. 




KEVIN FILLION 
"Kev" 
Activities: Soccer . . . 
Co-Captain Gymnastics 
. . . Track . . . Senior 
Class Play ... I hope to 
enjoy life to its fullest. 
Maybe pursue a career in 
wildlife photography and 
travel around. Maybe even 
take a few pictures of Far- 
rah Fawcett or Jennifer 
O'Neill. 



BONNIE A. FITZGERALD 
Memories (Memo reez) 1. 
happy times that are 
thought of with a smile and 
and cherished in the heart. 
2. not-so-happy times 
when it seemed the world 
would never turn again (but 
it did) 3. things that make 
tomorrow a little easier. 



Joanne Flanagan 
"Fag" 
Good Bye 



GLORIA FOWLER 




PAUL FOX 




JAYNE FRANCIOSA 
Each one of us changes day by 
day, what I whink today is 
different from what I might 
have thought yesterday. Last 
year's thoughts of life were 
right for me at that time. The 
thoughts I have tonight are 
4ght for me today . 



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STEPHEN FRANCIOSA 
"Stuf" 
The best years of my life were 
the four years of high school. 
During these years I have 
learned about people and 
friendship. Most of all, I 
learned the value of life . . . 
Good luck "Class of '76'* 
. . . My ambition is to be an 
engineer. 




DAVID P. FRASCA 
Activities: Football . . . 
Captain Baseball . . . Co- 
Captain Hockey . . .I'd like 
to go to college and be suc- 
cessful . 




ARTHUR GAGNE 



JOELLE GARFI 
"Joelle" 



GLENN A. GALLANT 
"Glenn" 
I hope everyone realizes 
that the class of '76 is spe- 
cial - the school - the 
bicentennial year - these 
only add to the uniqueness 
of our class. My best mem- 
ories are: my fall party, the 
Holly Ball - but most of all 
Thanksgiving Day. 
Methuen 22 Dracut . 



ALICE ANN GARAFALO 
Going to practice, football 
games and shows with the 
band. Laughing and talking 
with Sandy, Dee, Donna, 
and Gail in shorthand class 
. . . Activities: Majorette 
. . . Senior Class Play 
Committee . . . Blood- 
mobile Volunteer ... I 
hope to become an execu- 
tive secretary . 




SANDRA J. GAUTHIER 
"Sandy" 
Alice, Dee, Donna, and Gail 
remember all the fun we had 
in shorthand . . . Activities: 
Italian Club, Spanish Club. I 
plan to be an accountant . 




STEPHEN M. GAUVIN 
"Steve" 
The best times of my life have 
been in high school. Always 
remember Tenney and the 
great parties in the first floor 
basement ... I hope to be 
successful in whatever I do. 



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THOMAS R. GILBERT 
"T.R." 
Activities: Soccer, . . . 
Gymnastics . . . Golf 
. . . My ambition is to be 
a lawyer. 




And I always thought Mr. Dolloff was such a 
nice man! 




JUDY GODWIN 



KAREN GOOSSENS 
When you look into a mirror 
it is not yourself you see, 
but a kind of apish error 
posed in fearful symmetry. 
By John Updike 





ARCHIE GOULD 
"Flarchie" 
I was the screamer at the 
hockey games . . . Some- 
day I want to own my own 
business . 



LEE ANN GREENWOOD 
"Leo" 
Activities: Field Hockey 
. . . Gymnastics . . . 
Track . . . My ambition is 
to be a medical technician 
and to always be happy. 




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LYN GREENWOOD 
"Lyn" 
Activities: Field Hockey 
. . . Gymnastics . . . 
Track ... I plan to work 
in the art field and hope to 
be happy in whatever I do. 



NADINE GRILLO 
To Janet, Pat, Cindy, 
Linda, Cindy, and Jayne: 
our years were the best 
. . . "L" Pin Award . . . 
Bulletin Art Staff . . . and 
the memories of the old 
school . . . And espe- 
cially to Joe, the most spe- 
cial times of all and those 
forever always . 





LINDA GUELI 
"Lin" 
"Sticks down" Field 
Hockey . . . "Dyno- 
mite" Basketball . . . 
"WBWT" Softball . . . 
Art Club . . .Jr. Boosters 
. . . French and Italian 
Clubs . . . Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . Sunrise 
doesn't last all morning, 
but rain doesn't last all day 
... I hope to live my life 
to its fullest . 



ANNETTE GUY 
Memories: Good times! 
"Skating" Class Play, 
laughs in the library, a 
close friend, talking, 
laughing, friendly smiles 
. . . "Each happiness of 
yesterday is a memory for 
tomorrow." . . . Ger- 
man, French, Pep, 
Library, and Bicentennial 
Clubs . . . Newspaper 
. . . Honor Society . . . 
Jr. Boosters . . . Powder 
Puff Football . . . Ambi- 
tion: All my tomorrows be 
happy . 





WILLIAM P. HADLEY 
"Bill" 
Activities: PATS . . . 
Football . . . Wrestling, 
Tri-Captain . . . Soccer 
. . . Honor Society . . . 
Western Civ Award . . . 
NEDT Award ... My 
ambition is to become a 
lawyer. 




I want YOU! 



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DARCY HAJJAR 
"Dare" 
Never forget all the fun we 
had . . . Take care. 




MITCHELL R. HALABY 
"Habeeb" 
My four years in high school 
have been years of complete 
enjoyment. What I learned 
more than anything else was 
the priceless value of friend- 
ship . . . Activities: Football 
. . . Wrestling . . . Golf 
... I hope to become an 
accountant or a pro golfer 
. . . Good luck Seniors . 




HELEN V. HALE 
Activity: Band for four 
years . . . Hobbies: Bowl- 
ing, Skating, Traveling. 



RAYMOND HAMMER 
"Sledge" 
Activities: Marching Band 
. . . Concert Band . . . 
Jazz Band ... I plan to 
become a successful law- 
yer. 



JUDITH HANSON 
"Chocolady" 
Activity: Sociedad Honoria 
Hispanica . . .1*11 always 
remember the people who 
sold candy bars in this 
school, and they'll remem- 
ber me; also sixty girls 
jamming into the bath- 
rooms, and "high spy 
escape from school early" 
plans . . . My ambition is 
to be an art teacher. 



GARY HARRIS 




PATRICIA HARRISON 
"Trisha Beans" 
Activities: President of Stu- 
dent Council . . . Regional 
Advisory Council . . . Senior 
Class Play . . . Powder Puff 
Football . . . Hockey Game 
. . . and having fun . . . 
These are the good old days! ! 
. . . Ambition: To be with 
Mark forever and to become a 
legal secretary. 




RONALD HATEM 



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DAVID C. HEWSON 
"Ditz-M6" 
You were born an individual 
which gives you every right to 
be an individual. So don't try 
to be someone else, because 
no matter how good you are at 
it, you'll never succeed . . . 
Be good to yourself . 




PAULA JEANNE HODGE 
Mike and me. Our past, pres- 
ent, and future together . . . 
All my friends in English class 
. . . My family for helping 
me to get where I am. 




WENDY HOEHN 



NANCY HOYLE 



BARBARA K. HOWARD 
Some feel the urge to 
move, to experience, to 
evaluate. Others relax - 
"conserving their strength" 
for the all-important 
"moment of action." 



LINDA HUNT 
If I could save time in a 
bottle . . . There never 
seems to be enough time to 
do the things you want to do 
once you find them . 




PATRICIA IRELAND 




SALVATORE M. JABOUR 
"Sam" 
Hold fast to dreams 
For if dreams die 
Life is a broken -winged bird 
That cannot fly . 

Hold fast to dreams 
For when dreams go 
Life is a barren field 
Frozen with snow . 

My ambition is to marry "Dee 
Dee" and be happy forever. 



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KATHLEEN A. JACKSON 
"Kathie" 
Activities: French and 
Spanish Clubs . . . Track 
... I plan to attend col- 
lege. 



The good , the bad and the ugly - you choose ! 





RICHARD JESSIE 



CINDY JOHNSON 





JOSEPH JOY 



GEORGE R. KALIL 
"George" 
Activities: Senior Class 
Play . . . Drama Club 
. . . My ambition is to go 
into architecture. 




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SAMUEL KALIL 



ADALE MARIE KEAMY 
Activities: Student Senate 
. . . Bicentennial Work- 
shop . • . Art Club . . . 
French Club . . . Unfor- 
gettable days at MHS are: 
Noisy days in the library, 
Friday night games, know- 
ing where to go , and 
remembering names . . . 
I'd like to become an "A 
#" school teacher. 





KENNETH J. KEAMY, JR. 

"Mouse" 
Knowledge is a deadly 
friend when no one sets the 
rules. The fate of all man- 
kind I see is in the hands of 
fools . 

Confusion will be my epi- 
taph. As I crawl a cracked 
and broken path. If we 
make it we can all sit back 
and laugh . . . 



DARLENE KEARNS 





THOMAS KELLY 
"T.K." 
Activities: Baseball . . . 
Track . . . Student Coun- 
cil .. . Remember the 
excellent times! ! . . . 
My ambition is to become 
an accountant and to be 
successful in whatever I do 
in life . 




Now - be serious ! 



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ROBERT KENDALL 
"Bob" 
Life is too short to worry. If 
you wake up and find you 
didn't, Don't worry . . . 
Since ape, man has come a 
long way. Whatever happened 
to the good old days? 




LESLIE JANE KERMAN 
"Boomer" 
Editor Yearbook . . . Honor 
Society . . . Valedictorian 
. . . Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . Fantastic Friends . . . 
Missed deadlines . . . Warm 
smiles . . . Senior Class Play 
. . . My days at Methuen 
High and the wonderful people 
I have shared them with will 
always occupy a very special 
place in my heart. . . . 
Ambition: Law or Education. 




FRANK M. KILEY 
"Worm" 



STEVEN P. KING 
"Kinka" 



KAREN KLUS 



BRUCE ARTHUR JASON 

KOERNER 
I dreamed I saw on a moon- 
lit stair, spreading his 
hands on the multitude 
there. A man who cried for 
a love gone stale and ice 
cold hearts of charity bare. 
I watched as fear took the 
old man's gaze, hopes of 
the young in troubled 
graves . . . 

B. Feldman 




CHARLES KOLOFOLES 




TERESA KORZEB 
"Terry" 
Volleyball . . . Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . Chorus . . . 
Falling fifth period in ice, 
Seventh period with Mr . Fran- 
cis .. . Wild Bill's Physics 
tests . . . "Happy are those 
who dream dreams and are 
ready to pay the price to make 
them come true." ... I 
hope to become a wildlife 
manager. 



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MICHAEL J. KOSTYLA 
"Mike" 
Co-Captain Basketball . . 
plan to become a lawyer. 




DIANE KYRIAGES 
"Dee" 
Activities: Co- Captain Major- 
ette . . . Drama Club . . . 
Chorus . . . Love to dance, 
twirl, and perform. Enjoyed 
twirling at band shows, Foot- 
ball games, and rallies . . . 
I plan to pursue a dance 
career. 




DIANE LaLFEUR 
Activities: Track . . . 
Tomorrow! What possibili- 
ties there are in that word. 
No matter how discouraging 
today, there's always 
tomorrow with it's promise 
of better things . 



ELIZABETH LAHEY 
"Liz" 
Time passes much too 
quickly when we're 
together laughing . . . My 
ambition is to become a 
nurse and to always be 
happy . 



DONNA LAFRENIER 
Activities: Field Hockey 
. . . Track . . . Co- 
Captain Basketball . . . 
Bicentennial ... Jr. 
Boosters . . . Ranger Staff 
. . . German Club . . . 
Powder Puff . . . Fun 
times in the library, 
McDonald's after games, a 
close friend, fun at all 
games ... I hope to be 
happy in life . 



CYNTHIA M. LAMBERT 

"C.R." 

No comment on the subject 

- just glad to be getting the 

out. 





JANE LANDRY 
"Janie" 
To my friends: Some days up 
ahead will come down empty, 
and some years fuller than the 
fullest ones we've known. 
Today has been the best day 
yet . I thought you should know 
that and be glad . . . God 
bless! . . . Smile, Rick! (11 
/28/75). 




JOAN LANDRY 
"Joan" 
Activities: Cross-Country 
. . . Winter Track . . . 
Spring Track . . . Honor 
Society . . .Jr. Boosters 
. . . Sociedad Honorada 
. . . Chorus . . . Spanish 
Club . . . Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . Fifth period in 
the library, S.W.R. 10/9/74 
... I plan to be either a 
track coach or a florist . 



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The Fonz ! ? 



JAMES LANE 
Science Club - Junior Year 
. . . Library Club - Senior 
Year . . . French Club - 
Junior Year . . . My 
ambition is to go to col- 
lege. Good Luck to Moon 
and Nancy. 





GAIL ANN LAPERRIERE 



CINDY MARIE LaPLANTE 
The memory of happier 
days causes a feeling of sol- 
itude in those who have lost 
them. Live for today! 
. . . Varsity Field Hockey 
. . . Gymnastics . . . 
Volleyball ... Art Club. 
. . . My ambition is to 
become a Radiology Tech- 
nologist. 





LYNNE MARIE LARIVIERE 
"Lyn" 
Pep Club . . . Cheer- 
leader - Co -Captain . . . 
My ambition is to achieve 
any of the goals I have set 
for myself and in some 
small way contribute to the 
happiness of others. "May 
the spirit of Metheun 
remain undaunted . ' ' 



ROBIN LaTORRE 
"Robinita" 

If I was meant to be like 
everyone else, I would 
never have been given the 
gift of thought. Because to 
follow the crowd takes no 
thought at all ! 




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JAMES T. LATTINI 
"Jim" 
Band Vice-President . . . 
Stage Band . . . Baseball 
Team . . . My ambition is 
to be successful in music . 



PRISCILLA LAVOIE 
"Pickles" 
D.E.C.A. . . . My ambi- 
tion is to live a happy life . 





THOMAS B. LAWTON 
"Turf" 
Soccer Tri-Captains . . . 
Gymnastics - Co-Captains 
. . . Track ... My 
ambition is to be a police 
officer. 



ROBIN LEMIRE 



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DEBORAH J. LEVER 
"Debbie" 
Always remember the 
good times but when you 
feel down and all seems 
lost remember this . . . 
"I do my thing and you 
do yours, I'm not in this 
world to live up to your 
expectations . . ." 





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I didn't know they had Hawaiian Punch in 1776! 



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LILLIAN MARIE LINDNER 
•Lilla" 
It was hard making it through 
the years, but well worth the 
effort. I think Mr. Bailey was 
the best man I knew. I'm glad 
to be done with school , so now 
I can work ... My ambition 
is anything that's good . 




JANICE LOFFREDO 
"Picken" 
So precious to us are the things 
we leave behind, but it is for 
the future we must wait to 
achieve the ultimate . 




STEVEN D. LONGTIN 
"Skinner" 
Hockey ... My ambition 
is to be able to live life 
easy . . . My favorite say- 
ing is "Yeh know what I 
mean buddy." . . . My 
favorite song is TOYS IN 
THE ATTIC. 



KENNETH W. LUMB 
"Ken- 
God grant me the serenity 
to accept the things I can- 
not change, the courage to 
change the things I can, 
and the wisdom to know the 
difference. . . . Band 
. . . Stage Band . . . 
Baseball . . . Winter 
Track . . . My ambition is 
to be a professional Base- 
ball Player. 



DIANNE LUPO 



JOHN MACKOR 
"Rollo" 
Soccer . . . My ambition 
is to be successful in life . 




CAROL MacLEOD 
"Mac" 
Fifth period Study: Ronnie, 
Joan, Gina, Bill, Donna, 
Joann . . . Best of luck to my 
two favorite juniors, Gail and 
Heidi . . . Never forget you, 
R. God's Will be done . . . 
Volleyball . . . Basketball 
. . . Softball, Co-Captain 
. . . Junior Boosters . . . 
My ambition is to be a Physi- 
cal Education teacher and 
coach. 




VICTOR JOSEPH MAJKUT 
This is the best year of my life 
and hope I have many more 
like this. Thank you and 
"Good Luck to the Class of 
76." My ambition is to be a 
Professional Chef and /or an 
account. "NIFTY." 



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LYNNEANNEM. MANIKAS 
"Lynne" 
National Honor Society . . . 
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica 
. . . Spanish Total Emersion 
Progress . . . Spanish Club 
. . . Bicentennial History 
Workshop . . . Ranger News- 
paper Staff . . . Pep Club 
. . . Chorus • . . Volleyball 
. . . My ambition is to 
become a nurse and to study 
foreign languages . 




COLLEEN MANNING 
I'll never forget these past four 
years of my life and especially 
the excuses to get out of my 
classes. "You're only here 
once , Live it up . " . . . My 
ambition is to become a 
Speech Therapist and Child 
Psychologist. 




DEBRA MANNING 
"Debbie" 
Powder Puff Football . . . 
School Newspaper . . . 
Photographer Editor . . . 
Rangerette Drill Corps, 
First Lieutenant . . . Cho- 
rus . . . Pep Club . . . 
Drama Club . . . Spanish 
Club . . . My ambition is 
to be a registered nurse 
... I would also like to 
travel . 



ROXANNE MARIE MANSUR 

"Rocky" 
Live for those who love you 
for those whose hearts are 
true for the heaven that 
shines above you and the 
good that you may do. 
. . . My ambition is to 
marry Mark. 



ALLAN MARCELLO 
"Al" 
I enjoyed going through my 
twelve yeras of schooling 
and now it's over. I'm glad 
it is. . . . My ambition is 
to lead a good life . 



ALAN MARCHAND 




WAYNE MARCHAND 




DEBORAH JEAN MARCINKE- 
VICH 
"Marcie" 
Pep Club . . . Prep Club 
. . . French Club . . . 
Bicentennial History Workshop 
. . . Rangerettes . . . Intra- 
mural Skiing . . . My ambi- 
tion is to get my Associates 
Degree in Liberal Arts and to 
become an airline stewardess, 
travel , and meet new people . 



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SMILE - It's not worth worrying about! 




DEBORAH R. MARTIN 
"Debbie" 
German Club - Secretary 
. . . Junior Boosters . . . 
Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . Field Hockey - Co- 
Captain . . . Basketball 
and Track Manager . . . 
National Honor Society 
. . • Powder Puff Football 
. . . Pep Club . . . 
French Club . . . My 
ambition is to be happy and 
successful in years to come 
. . . Memories and good 
friends are never forgotten ! 



ARLENE M. MARSAN 
"The Reject" or "Arl" 
Honor Society - Vice Presi- 
dent . . . Varsity Softball 
. . . Yearbook Staff . . . 
Junior Boosters . . . Bicen- 
tennial Workshop . . . Pep 
Club . . . French Club 
. . . Chorus . . . Powder 
Puff Football . . . Favor- 
ite Song - Your Song by 
Elton John . . . My ambi- 
tion is to live happily ever 
after . . . "My future lies 
beyond the yellow brick 
road." 




ROBERT MARTIN 





TINA MARIE MARTONE 
"Tiny" 
JV Field Hockey . . . My 
ambition is to go to col- 
lege, have a successful 
career and to live a happy 
life with Wayne . 



SHERRY LEE MATTEO 
"Smiley" 
Distributive Ed ... 
Cadets . . . Italian Club 
. . . Pucket, Nadine, 
Lisa, and Terri, Good Luck 
to you in the future . . . 
Looking forward to the 
Prom, and then later 
remembering the good time 
I had . . . "Good Luck to 
all my friends." 




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ROBERT MATTON 



ROBERTA G . McAVOY 
"Bobbie" 
Moments filled with joy 
and pleasure, Golden days 
of love and cheer, Cher- 
ished memories to treasure 
- Thank you, Lord, for a 
lovely year . Fun times with 
Ann, Kim, Terry, Anna, 
Caroline and all my 
friends. . . . My ambition 
is to become a Marine Biol- 
ogist . 



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JOYCE M. McENEANEY 
Joyce and Steve 
"Stairway to Heaven" 
. . . Remember the great 
times we had together dur- 
ing high school . . . Pep 
Club . . . Cadets . . . 
Art Club . . . Powder Puff 
Football . . . Homeroom 
Representative . . . My 
ambition is to become a 
nurse . 



KIMBERLY B. McEVOY 
"Kim" 
Cheering - Captain . . . 
Exciting Soccer and Hockey 
Games • . • Bobbie, Carr, 
Laymee?? Lynne, Mitch, 
Carrie, Terry, David, 
Tina, Adale, Ann, Tommy 
. . . "Go placidly amid 
the noise and haste and 
remember what peace there 
may be in silence. 





GARY S. McGONIGLE 
Bicentennial History Work- 
shop, Spanish Club, Drama 
Club, National Honor Soci- 
ety, Chorus, Senior Class 
Play . . . My ambition is 
to enter the field of medi- 
cine. 




I don't believe he really put his hand in there! 



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JAYMEE McGRAVEY 




ELIZABETH McKENNA 
Hold fast to dreams, for if 
dreams die, life is a broken- 
winged bird, that cannot fly. 
Hold fast to dreams, for when 
dreams go, life is a barren 
field , frozen with snow . 




BRUCE McMURRAY 



CHARLES McROBBIE 



STEVE MELLOR 



KATHLEEN MENIHANE 
"Kathy" 
Spanish Club ... Jr. 
Boosters . . . Art Club 
. . . Spring Track . . . 
Winter Track . . . Field 
Hockey . . . Spanish 
Honor Society . . . Honor 
Society . . . My ambition 
is to be a registered nurse 
and to be happy in whatever 
I do. 




RAY MESSINA 




THOMAS MESSINA 



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ROCCO MIELE 




SANDRA MILONE 

"Sandy" 

Good luck to everyone in the 

future ... I hope you all get 

what you want out of life . 




JUDY MINICHINO 



FRANK MISTAL 



DAVID MOORE 
"Dave" 
Soccer . . . Gymnastics 
... I plan to attend col- 
lege and become an engi- 
neer. 



STEVE MORRISON 




THERESE MORRISON 
"Terri" 
Gary and I through the years. 
. . . Hold fast to dreams, for 
if dreams die, life is a bro- 
ken-winged bird, that cannot 
fly. Hold fast to dreams, for 
when dreams go , life is a bar- 
ren field , frozen with snow . 




KEVIN R. MORRISSEY 

"Weasel" 

My ambition is to grow over 

5'10" and to go into the field 

of Natural Resources. 



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DAVID WAYNE MOSS 
"Dave" 
"And knows that yesterday 
is but today's memory and 
tomorrow is today's 
dreams." 




Just how gullible do you think I am? 




DONALD LEWIS MOSS 

"Don" 

My ambition in life is to 

succeed in whatever I set 

out to accomplish . 



PAUL MURPHY 





KATHLEEN M. MUZZE- 
RALL 
"Kathy" 
"You never know how great 
a friendship is until you get 
to know people who really 
care . Friendship can be the 
most important thing in the 
world . 



JOSEPH DAVID NADEAU 

"Dave" 

"Just when I knew all of 

lifes answers, they changed 

all the questions . ' ' 




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CAROLINE ANN NAJUCH 
"Can" or "Red" 
Continued from Debbie 
Lever " . . . and you are 
not in this world to live up 
to mine, You are you and I 
am I and if we find each 
other, it's beautiful." 
. . . Always remember 
the good times we had in 
school . 



CAROL A. NASSER 
Student Council . . . 
Powder Puff Football . . . 
My ambition is to be happy 
and successful in everything 
I do. 





RICHARD NASTASIA 



JEFFREY W. NESS 
Basketball . . . Track 





RONALD NICOLOSI 
"Ronnie" 
Spanish Club . . . Vice- 
President Drama Club 
. . . Gymnastic Team 
. . . Representative . . . 
Sociedad Honororia Hispa- 
nica . . . Chorus . . . 
5th Level Study in the 
Library with Carol, Gina, 
Bill, Joan, Steve, Mike, 
Joann, Donna, Chris, 
Nancy, Adale, and getting 
thrown out . . . My ambi- 
tion is to be successful in 
life. 




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DEIDRA LEE NORTHUP 
'"Dee" 
Mike and I - Forever and 
Always . . . Carol and Rick, 
thanks for being there when I 
needed someone - You're 
really great friends . . . Liz, 
don't forget the hockey games 
at the lake and at the rink. 




JOYCE M. NOVELLO 
Hold fast to dreams, for if 
dreams die, life is a broken- 
winged bird that cannot fly. 
Hold fast to dreams, for when 
dreams go, life is a barren 
field frozen with snow . 




SUSAN O'BRIEN 
"Potatoes" 
Gymnastics . . . Italian 
Club . . . My ambition is 
to become a Veterinary 
Assistant . 



BARBARA OLEFIROWICZ 
"Barb" 
D.E.C.A. Club ... I 
wish every member of the 
Class of 1976 all the best of 
luck in future years . . . 
My ambition is to become 
successful in life in a Fash- 
ion Design or Retailing 
career . 



GINA O'CLARE 
"O" 
Field Hockey . . . Basket- 
ball . . . Softball . . . 
Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . Vice President Junior 
Boosters . . . WBWT 
YOUTH 

We have tomorrow 
Bright before us 
Like a flame . 
Yesterday 

A night-gone thing, 
A sun-down name. 



KAREN OLIVERI 
"Karen O" 
Ranger Newspaper Staff 
. . . Junior Class Officer 
. . . Yearbook Staff . . . 
Powder Puff Football . . . 
Hun - I love it . . . The 
field . . . MacDonalds 
. . . Hermans . . . New 
Years Eve . . . Glenn's 
Parties . . . All those 
times were great , only wish 
they were forever . . . 
Good Luck to all . . . 
Whip it . 




ANNE. O'ROURKE 
"Annie" 
Homeroom Representative 
. . . Newspaper Staff . . . 
Powder Puff Football . . . 
Remembering the good times: 
The field . . . Mac's . . . 
Hermans . . . Hefenrefer 
. . . Friday and Saturday 
nights . . . Meeting in the 
girls bathroom . . . The 
times spent together with all 
my friends . . . Being late to 
class ... I would like to 
teach children someday. 




MICHAEL PACHECO 
"Checo" 
My ambition is to die of old 
age. 



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PAUL J. PARISI 

"Paul" 

Soccer ... I intend to 

become an Accountant 

C.P.A. 




RICHARD A. PARKER 
"Rick" 
Italian Club . . . Detention 
. . . "From these revered 
halls I part , There is no sorrow 
in my heart, At last this pre- 
cious day has come - No more 
school; just freedom." . . . 
My ambition is to marry a girl 
that can support me . 




DONALD PEARSON 
"Donnie" 
"Tomorrow! What possibil- 
ities there are in that word. 
No matter how discouraging 
today . . . There's always 
tomorrow, with its promise 
of better things." 



CATHY PERRAULT 
"Cath" 
Hold fast to dreams, 
For if dreams die , 
Life is a broken-winged 
bird 

That cannot fly . 
Hold fast to dreams , 
For if dreams go , 
Life is a barren field 
Frozen with snow. . . . 
My ambition is to live a 
long and happy life . 



MAURICES. PEDNAULT 
If I were meant to be like 
everyone else, I would 
never have been given the 
gift of thought, Because to 
follow the crowd takes no 
thought at all . 



CYNTHIA PERSICHETTI 
"Cindy" or "Pers" 
"Know your own true 
worth, and you shall not 
perish" . . . "He who 
tries to seize an opportunity 
after it has passed him by, 
is like one who sees it 
approach but will not go 
and meet it." 




DENISE PIANTIGINI 
"Denny" or "Shorty" 
"The body, which gives thee 
during life a form, is but thy 
vase: Be not deceived, my 
soul! Cheap is the bowl thou 
storest honey in, but precious 
for the contents of the bowl . 




CATHI PIPER 
"Cathi" 
"God grant me the serenity to 
accept the things I cannot 
change, the courage to 
change the things I can, And 
the wisdom to know the differ- 
ence. . . . Ambition: To be 
a successful nursery school 
teacher and to get married . 



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JOHN PITTERA 
Tri-Captain Wrestling 
Team . . . The hard prac- 
tices . . . The good old 
days in Mr. Yelle's Geom- 
etry Class . . . The mem- 
ories of 6th period studies in 
the library . . . and most 
of all, The times spent with 
all of my friends . . . My 
ambition is to lead a happy 
life. 




'A 

I dare you to repeat that ! 




DAVID PLANTAMURA 
Honor Society . . . Year- 
book Staff . . . Bicenten- 
nial Workshop . . . Com- 
puter Club . . . Rensselaer 
Medalist . . . Tennis 
. . . My ambition is to 
become an architect . 



RICHARD POISSON 





ANNA-MARIA POLIZ- 
ZOTTI 
"Anna Banana" 
Spanish Club . . . Socie- 
dad Honorada . . . Trea- 
surer Pep Club . . . Bicen- 
tennial Workshop . . . All 
the fun in the library 5th 
period . . . The educa- 
tional Anatomy class . . . 
7th period English with Mr. 
Francis . . . My ambition 
is to become a medical 
laboratory technician. 



DIANE POOLE 




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DEBORAH POWELL 



THOMAS POWERS 
"Tom" 
Varsity Basketball . . . 
J.V. Baseball ... My 
ambition is to lead a happy 
and successful life . 




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DENNIS PRIVITERA 



SUSAN PROULX 
"Sue" 
I hope everybody finds the 
happiness they want in life . 
Keep the faith and good 
luck in the future . 



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RUTH ANDREA PRO- 

VENCHER 

"Ruthie" 
In ways I'm going to 
miss my high school 
years, but it's all in the 
past, now there's the 
future to look forward 
to. 




Physics at its best . 



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KATHLEEN PRUNIER 
"Kone" 
Come into the mountains, 
dear friend . leave society and 
take no one with you but your 
true self. Get close to nature. 
Your everyday games will be 
insignificant. Notice the 
clouds spontaneously forming 
patterns and try to do that with 
your life . . . 




PATRICK PURDY 




FRANCES M. RAGONESE 
"Franny" 



WILLIAM RAITT 
"Lou" 
Soccer . . . Gymnastics 
. . . Hockey . . . My 
ambition is to be successful 
in life. 



MARK RASTELLO 



DONNA RATCLIFFE 
Spring Track . . . German 
Club . . . Honor Society 
. . . My ambition is to 
lead a happy and successful 
life. 




EILEEN REGAN 
God grant me the serenity to 
accept the things I cannot 
change , the courage to 
change the things I can, and 
the wisdom to know the differ- 
ence . . . My ambition is to 
have a very happy and suc- 
cessful life. 




DIANE M. RICCI 
My ambition is to travel and 
have a happy and successful 
life. 



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BRUCE R. RICHARDS 
"Wounded Knee" 
The knee, who tried to play 
football but didn't make it, 
and then became a hockey 
player ... I want to be a 
successful salesman. 




LINDA JOAN RIMAS 
"Every man has within him 
the ability to do great things. 
His touchstone is challenge. 
No matter what his field or 
endeavor, a man must meas- 
ure himself against the 
demands of his world." My 
ambition is to work with chil- 
dren with special needs . 




STEPHEN WAYNE RIPLEY 
"Rip" 
Honor Society . . . Ger- 
man Club . . . Bicenten- 
nial Workshop . . . Cross- 
country . . . Winter 
Track . . . Spring Track 
. . . J.M.L. 10/9/74 
. . . My ambition is to 
become a medical technol- 
ogist . 



KEVIN ROBICHAUD 



JEFFREY ROBITAILLE 



JANINEI. ROCHETTE 
Paul . . . Victor . . . 
Horsing around in Tenney's 
dishroom . . . "If we had 
the chance to do it all 
again, would we, could we 
. . . Memories. "... 
My ambition is to become a 
secretary, get married and 
have a couple of children 
. . . Good luck to the 
Class of '76. 




SUSAN ROEGER 




KAREN ROMANELLI 
"Sunshine" 
Best of luck to the Seniors of 
'76, Ye all keep your heads 
up, and keep heading toward 
your goals. 



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DEBBIE ROMEO 




There's Sleeping Beauty - but where's Prince Charming? 




ROBIN RUBEO 



DEBORAH ANN RUBERA 
"Debbie" 
When I was a Freshman I 
looked forward to my Sen- 
ior year. Now I'm a Senior 
and I look back at my high 
school years and still can't 
figure out where the years 
have gone to. I wish every- 
one a happy and successful 
life, and hope my life as a 
Cosmetologist is just as 
successful . 





DONNA RUBERA 



PAUL RUSSELL 




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DEBRA A. SADEZWICZ 
"Debbie" 
"True peace is based on 
human hearts . . . Each 
one must re-create peace 
within himself in order to 
be able to rebuild it with 
others." My ambition is to 
become a successful person 
in the armed services . 



JAMES S. SAMBATARO 
"Sambo" 





JOHN SAVASTANO 



STEVE SCAMMON 





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KAREN SCARELLI 
"Crispelli" 
"You had better live your 
best, think your best, and 
do your best today - for 
today will soon be tomor- 
row and tomorrow will soon 
be forever." . . . Year- 
book Staff . . . D . E . C . A . 
. . . Student Council - 
Freshman . . . My ambi- 
tion is to be happy with 
whatever life has to give 
me. 




Sweet dreams! 



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EDDY SHELDON 




THERESA D. SHIELDS 
"Terry" 
I would like to thank all the 
teachers who helped me make 
it through my years in high 
school. To Billie, Gina, Jan- 
ice, Joline, Linda and Sherry, 
Remember how graceful I was 
during Mr. Gurry's first period 
class? My ambition is to 
become a nurse. 




SHARON L. SIDLIK 
"Stixs" 
As long as you try, you've 
achieves something. Don't 
give up no matter how 
hopeless it looks. You 
never know . . . have 
faith. If you keep trying, 
you may wake up one day 
and find you're able to walk 
again. My ambition is to be 
happy . 



DANA SILVESTRO 



CATHY SIDON 
"Cath" 
Treasurer - German Club 
. . . House of Representa- 
tives ... Jr. Boosters 
. . . Bicentennial Work- 
shop . . . French Club 
. . . Powder Puff Football 
. . . Honor Society . . . 
My ambition is to have a 
happy and successful 
future . 



THOMAS E. SIMON 
"Tom" 
"An aim in life is the only 
fortune worth finding; and 
it is not to be found in for- 
eign lands, but in the heart 
itself." . . . My ambition 
is to be happy; and to study 
psychology . 




BILLIE ANN SMITH 
"Little School Girl" 
I remember the best years of 
my life . Especially being with 
Kevin and all my friends I met 
in Methuen schools . Jim , Gil , 
Terry, Cheryl H. , Cheryl C. , 
Bruce, Betty, Karen, Glen, 
and Mr. Noiseux. 




CRAIG BRADLEY SMITH 
My ambition is to be an 
accountant . 



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SHELLEY SMITH 
' 'Shell' * 
Deca Club, To Sue: Remem- 
ber the good old 69 Ford 
L.T.D. that no longer exists? 
I with everyone in the class of 
1976 luck and happiness. My 
ambition is to always be happy 
in life and smile along with 
it. 




ANNETTE M. SOUCY 
"Souc" 
My ambition is to go to col- 
lege, be successful in music, 
and lead a very happy life. 
. . . Band . . . Chorus 
. . . Stage Band . . . Gym- 
nastics . . . Softball . . . 
Honor Society . . . German 
Club and Senior Class Presi- 
dent . . . "Climb every 
mountain, Ford every stream, 
Follow every rainbow, Till 
you find your dream" . . . 




ARTHUR CHARLES SOUCY 

"Artie" 
"A winner never quits and a 
quitter never wins" . . . 
"Artie" right winger, 
. . . Soccer Team . . . 
Assistant Captain . . . 
Hockey Team . . . My 
ambition is to be a Physical 
Education Teacher . 



PAULA J. SPARTA 
Nature's first green is gold, 
Her hardest hue to hold, 
Her early leaves a flower, 
But only so an hour. Then 
leaf subside to leaf, So 
Eden sank to grief, So dawn 
goes down today, Nothing 
gold can stay . 



GAIL ST. GERMAIN 



JODYST. GERMAIN 
Yearbook Staff . . . Pow- 
der Puff Football . . . 
Fifth Level Study and all 
the remembrances . . . 
The remembrances of my 
high school years . . . 
"Take your time, think a 
lot, Think of everything 
you've got, because you'll 
still be here tomorrow but 
your dreams may not. " 




DANIEL ST. ONGE 




SHERYL ANN STANKUS 
"Sher" 
Cherish the past, Dream of 
tomorrow, and live today. My 
ambition is to always be happy 
and to make the best of life . 



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ELIZABETH M. STANS- 

FIELD 

"Liz" 
Activities: Italian Club 
. . . God grant me the 
serenity to accept the 
things I cannot change, the 
courage to change the 
things I can, and the wis- 
dom to know the difference 
. . . My ambition in life 
is to work, get married, 
and to find love and 
acceptance in the world 
and in myself. 




The Little Drummer Boy . 




JEFFREY STOTT 
"Jeke" 
Activities: Soccer . . , 
Golf . . . Soccer Mara- 
thon. 



MICHAEL A. TAHAN 
"Camel" 
! crowd the follow don't I 
because it's Maybe ! why 
wonder I. else everybody 
from different still am I and 
here get to years twelve me 
took It . . . "BPTT" 





N. PETER TEER 
"Rocky" 
Activities: Cross Country 
Team . . . Outdoor Track 
. . . Good luck to the 
class of '76 in the future 
... I plan to go to school 
and become a lawyer. 



BRIAN A. TEUTONICO 
"Yototo" 
Activities: Track . . . 
Media Center . . . All my 
partying days at Tenney 
. . . Then the new school , 
Yah! WHICH WAY!!?? 
Looking forward to the 
prom. Good luck to all my 
friends and ME (I'll need it) 
Lin, Joe, Fran, Sue, Al, 
Jill , and Deb ! 




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EVA THIBODEAU 
"Erba" 
Activities: Commander of 
Rangerettes . . . Drama 
Club - President . . . 
Spanish Honor Society 
. . . Senior Class Play 
. . . I'll never forget the 
Rangerettes Rifle Drill 
Team of 1976. We took 
first place in the New Bed- 
ford Competition ... I 
plan to become a Social 
Worker . 



SUSAN THOMSON 
"Sue" 
Activities: Bicentennial 
Workshop . . . Drama 
Club . . . Spanish Club 
. . . Sociedad Honoraria 
Hispanica ... I hope all 
my friends succeed in 
whatever they want in the 
future . 





HELEN TINNEY 



THOMAS TOWLER 





DAVID TROVATO 
"Dave" 
Activities: Soccer Team 
. . . Honor Society . . . 
German Club - Vice Presi- 
dent . . . Homeroom Rep- 
resentative . . . My 
ambition is to succeed in 
life. 




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JENNIE LYNN TUDISCA 
"Jen" 
HIGH!? All I can say is I'll 
never forget my senior year 
classes, especially homeroom 
when all you zeroes voted me 
representative. Goofs! Only 
kidding! What dynamite times 
we had, huh?? Good luck in 
the future! . . . Jen and 
Tommy forever! 




LEONARD TUMINOWSKI 
"Len" 




DAVID TURMEL 
"Dave" 



MICHAEL VALLARIO 
"Mike" 



SANDRA VAN DOORNE 
"Sandie" 
Remember Vermont ! 



KATHLEEN VANDETTE 
"Kathy" 
Activities: French Club 
, . . There can be no 
rainbow without a cloud 
and a storm . . . Good 
luck to everyone ! 




ANN VELLARDITA 




LORRIE VIEWAG 
"Farmer" 
Lorrie and Archie Forever 
. . . Remember all the fun 
we had at the hockey games 
. . . D.E.C.A. . . . Favor- 
ite Teachers: Mr. Pilot and 
Mr. Noiseux . . . Good luck 
to everyone ... I would like 
to get married and become a 
hairdresser. 



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BRYCE WALLACE 




JOAND. WALSH 
"Buttercup" (rig) 
Please don't ever forget our 
terrific mornings we all had 
before school ... I never 
thought that grammar school 
buddies would still be around 
now . . . Stay happy all the 
time and good luck with ev- 
erything ! 




JEFFREY J. WATERS 
My ambition in life is to 
further my education, be 
healthy and be happy . 



MICHAEL WEINHOLD 

"Hibner" 

Activities: Hockey . . . 

L.G. . . . Winners never 

quit and quitters never win . 



KAREN WELCH 
"Crash" 
Remembering the "Wasted 
days and wasted nites" 
spent throughout high 
school . . . Party Hardy ! ! 
. . . My ambition in life 
is to be successful and 
happy and to travel . 



ERIC WERMERS 




RONALD J. WERMERS 
"Ron" 
To all those fun 6th period 
studies in the library. And to 
all those people who Mrs. Pel- 
letier and Mr. Sharky threw 
out of the library . 




DELORES WHIPPLE 
"Dee" 



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STEPHEN M. WINN 
"Steve" "Pooh" 
Wrestling Team . . . Foot- 
ball Team . . . Soccer Team 
. . . Bicentennial Workshop 
. . . My ambition is to 
become an engineer. 




KAREN WOOLF 
I am planning to continue my 
education and go to college 
for bookkeeping . 




JONATHAN WORATER 
"Jon" 
Life is like a flowing 
stream. It shines like a 
bright moonbeam . Life will 
move like flowing wine, 
And it's up to you not to be 
left behind . My ambition is 
to live life to my highest 
awareness . 



WILLIAM T. YORK 
"Bill" 
Basketball . . . Soccer, 
we made it to the States 
. . . Those exciting 
classes of T.J. 's . . . 5th 
period in the Media Center 
. . . My ambition is to 
become a law enforcement 
officer. 



ANN WRIGHT 
One who knows all about 
you and loves you for what 
you are is a true friend . 



RICHARD ZACHARIAS 
Football . . . Hockey 
. . . Baseball. 




JUDY HILLARY ZDANOWICZ 

"Z" 
Memories already friendships 
growing closer reluctant to let 
go - to change grasping onto 
life remembering the times 
we'd laughed and cried, never 
wanting to forget ... I wish 
joy and especially happiness 
to everyone. 




BRUCE ZYTKEWICZ 



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LA TE SENIORS 






THOMAS COELHO 



RICHARD LEMIEUX 



KIRK MacDONALD 



SHY SENIORS 



DEBORAH A. ARIVELLA 
VANESSA A. BELL 
GEORGE A. BENSON 
MODESTO CINTRON 
DONNA M. COLLINS 
ANGELO D'AGATI 
JEFFREY P. DENNIS 
LUCILLE A. FORD 
DONALD E. FRECHETTE 
DANIEL A. HAMEL 
JAMES O. HAYDEN 
NANCY C. LARKIN 



WILLIAM R. MURRAY 
BRETT N. OSER 
MARKS. PAINE 
MELANIE REGAN 
MARK ROBILLARD 
MARK SAFFIE 
JAMES J. SANGUEDOLCE 
HENRY SHARP 
JAMES SULLIVAN 
CRAIG SUNDERLAND 
JOHN TORRES 
JAMES WAREING 



WILLIAM J. WHIPPLE 



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KING AND QUEEN 



Dave Frasca 



Annette Soucy 




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MOQT 

9CHOOL 

QPIRIT 



y Trisha 
Harrison 



MOQT 
FRIENDLY 




Rick Zacharias 



Mary Lou Arsenault 




M09T 

LIKELY 

TO 

QUCCEED 



Leslie Kerman Davis Plantamura 



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MOGT 
TALKATIVE 

Victor Majkut 





Diane DiPalermo 



MOGT SCHOOL SPIRIT 



Tom Kelly Mary Lou Arsenault 




MOST 
INTELLEC- 
TUAL 



Leslie Kerman 
Stephen Desrosiers 




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9haH Conran 
Steve DeFusco 

BRUTE 
AND 

BABY- 
FACE 




Alice Chontoian Bernie Dyson 



M09T SPACED OUT 



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Silvia Arcidiacono 



Steve Franciosa 

FLIRT 

AND 

CASANOVA 



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Tom Kelly 
Sue Devine 



CLASS 
CLOWNS 



MOST 
SHY 




Alice Garofalo 
James Lane 



MOST 
ATHLETIC 



Gail Carter 
Rick Angus 




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VENUS 



Laurie Auclair 




Kevin Fillion 




APOLLO 




George Kalil 
Cindy Corey 



BEST 
DRESSED 



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Mike 
Kosfyla 



Joelle 
Garfi 



MUTT 

AND 

JEFF 




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A AND 

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Mary Lou 
Arsenault 




George 

Kalil 



Steve Caraccio 



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Nancy Hoyle 







Our 
Advisor. . . 

MR. 

DAVID 

WHITING 







It has been that "our life is not our own to live, it's 
something we must share and give . . ." Mr. David 
Whiting is a man who truly lives by this rule. The 
Class of 1976 was certainly privileged to have such a 
dedicated man to serve as Senior Class Advisor. He 
shared and gave to us abundantly of his time and 
effort. Mr. Whiting, we will always be indebted to you 
for working so hard to make our Senior year one 
which we will long remember. We sincerely wish for 
you the best of luck and greatest happiness. 

Thank you. 











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STUDENT CONGRESS 



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STUDENT SENATE 



SENIOR MEMBERS: Shelley Bonenfant, Adale Kearny, Trisha Harrison, Tom Kelly 
■ II II 




HO USE OF REPRESENTA TIVES 



SENIOR MEMBERS: Jill Bailie, Nancy Cloutier, Joanne Delli Colli, Bonnie Fitzgerald, Wendy Hoehn, Steve Longtin. Joyce 
McEneaney, Ann O'Rourke, Paul Russell, Jennie Tudisca, Shari Conran, Joanne Buben, Diane DiPalermo, Linda Gueli. Leslie 
Kerman, Kim McEvoy, Ron Nicolosi, Cathy Sidon, Dave Trovato. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



L to R: Annette Soucy - President, Tom Towler - Vice President, Mary Lou Arsenault - Treasurer, Laurie Auclair - Secretary. 
David Whiting - Advisor. 



UNDERCLASS OFFICERS 

JUNIOR: Jane Szostak — President, Doug Bolduc — Vice President 

Lynn Auclair — Secretary, Lucie Simm — Treasurer 
SOPHOMORE: Shawn Berry — President, Cathy Griffin — Vice 
President 

Irene Bagdoin — Secretary, Pam St. Louis — Treasurer 
FRESHMAN: Deidre Hegarty — President, Chris Donigan — Vice 
President 

Lisa Demarkis — Secretary, Regina Danahy — Treasurer 




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MHS MARCHING BAND 




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JAZZ BAND 





Bottom Row, L to R: Wendy Hoehn, Ross Garafolo, Jim Russell, Eric Ehramjian, 
Lucie Simm, Carl Ehramjian. Middle Row: Tom Mosson, David Faucher, Willard 
Farrell, David Collier, James Lattini, Ken Lumb, Annette Soucy. Back Row: Scott 
Hammer, David Kearny, Bart Calobrisi, Laurel Dolloff, Alan Veit, Dennis Lor- 
enzo, Mr. David Isadore. 



BAND 
OFFICERS 





L to R: Annette Soucy 
Secretary - Treasurer . 



President, James Lattini - Vice President, Wendy Hoehn 



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MAJORETTES 




Back Row, L to R: Brenda Lee, Cindy Salmon, Carol Feugal, Carol Swartzenburg , Lisa Bonano, Nancy Tuminowski. Front Row, 
L to R: Alice Garafalo, Debbie Lever, Diane Kyriages, Marsha Mansor. 






Alice Garafalo 



Co- Captains Debbie Lever and Diane Kyriages. 



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FLA G CORPS 




Back Row, L to R: Karen Townsend, Pam St. Louis, Janice Pellitier, Judy Hajjar, Judy Sangueldoce, Lynn Hajjar, Susan Kerr, 
Linda Gerardi, Sheila Castrios, Kathy Winn. Front Row: Paula Hadley, Mariann Frechette. 



Color Guard 









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Back Row, L to R: Laura O'Clare, Ellen Mercer, Kathy Dan- 
ahy, Kim Cottone. Rifles, L to R: Colleen Reily, Christine 
Donigian, Diane Soulen. 



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OFFICERS: Jane Landry, President; George Kalil, Vice-Pres.; Joan Landry, Sec.-Treas.; Donna Appleyard, Sec.-Treas. 



SENIOR MEMBERS: Jane Landry, George Kalil, Joan Landry, Gail Carter, Karen Goosens, Annette Soucy, Tom Simon, Linda 
Rimas, Bart Calobrisi, Pat Chabot, Ron Nicolosi, Gary McGonigle, Joseph Joy. 
CHORAL DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joyce Peavey. 




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Dan Gagnon; 1st Sergeant; Tom Towler, Executive Officer; 
Chuck Boddy , Training Sergeant . 




Karen Romanelli, Platoon Leader; Caroline Najuch, Drill 
Officer; Eva Thibodeau, Commander; Donna Lemire, 1st 
Sergeant; Joyce Amore, Platoon Leader. 






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L to R, Front Row: Debbie Lever, Joanne Buben, Cynthia Faggiano, Miss Durham. L to R, Back Row: Joline Duncan, Kathy 
Minihane, Amy Bebo, Gary Joquin, Jackie Kelleher, Judy Michaud, Adale Kearny, Mark Paine, Linda Gueli, Susan Hammer, 
Denise Piantigini. 




ART 
CLUB 




OFFICERS: L to R: Advisor - Miss Durham, Mark Paine • 
President, Cynthia Faggiano - Secretary, Debbie Lever 



Treasurer, Joanne Buben 
Vice President. 






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Front Row: (seated) V. Majkut, P. Fox, A. Marsan, G. McGonigle, S. Kerr, A. Bebo. First Row: (standing) M. Roeger, C. 
Palmer, D. Paolino, K. Danahy, L. Manikas, P. Duquette, D. DeFeo, R. Dewhirst, J. Landry, B. Bender, D. Barbin, J. 
DelliColli, L. Kerman, G. O' Clare, D. Lafrenier, A. Guy. Second Row: D. Lawrence, D. Beliveau, J. L' Italian, S. Lavoie, 
M. Flanagan, P. Tahan, W. Garabedian, K. Sullivan, D. Plantamura, M. Bolduc, D. Martin, J. Zdanowicz, D. Marcinke- 
vich, J. Landry, S. Ripley. Third Row: M. Jacobs, L. Simm, K. Nicolosi, L. Cartelli, A. Flemings, R. Smith, L. Brown, F. 
Sutherland, A. Polizotti, J. Barbin, C. Sidon, T. Korzeb, N. Faunt, S. Thompson, J. Buben. Fourth Row: D. Gagnon, J. 
Abdullah, Laura O'Clare, D. Bolduc, Lisa O'Clare, C. Barbin, G. Gaudreau, K. Poublon, R. Scuito, A. Brown, L. Zakia. 
Fifth Row: R. Apkarian, B. Brouck, B. Kerman, G. Barbin, B. Fitzgerald, M. Tahan. 



BICENTEN- 
NIAL 
WORKSHOP 





V-^fc' •-:. -V'l\":-' »-- 3jg^jf 






Robert Apkarian, Tres.; Bonnie Fitzgerald, Pres.; Joan Landry, Sec; Jane Landry, 
Vice-Pres. Missing: Advisors; Mr. John Rimas and Mrs. Nancy Dorner. 



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BUSINESS 
CLUB 





L to R: Miss Patty Walsh, Ann Kosiorek, Connie Sousa, Joyce Finnigan, Rhoda 
Ricci, Mrs. Virginia Wilman. 




L to R: Cathy Hebert, Nancy Martin, Denise Pellerin, Ann Kosiorek, Connie Sousa, Nancy Galloway, Victor Majkut, Joyce 
Finnegan, Rhoda Ricci, Joyce Amore, Mrs. Virginia Wilman, Miss Pat Walsh. 



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First Row: S. Green, R. Lemire, D. LaCroix, V. McHone, J. Loffredo, L. Vieweg, J. Wareing, S. Conran, A. Marcello, T. 
Tuminowski, W. Earnshaw, S. Kalil. Second Row: S. Matteo, G. Lapierre, P. Lavoie, A. O'Rourke, J. Collins, S. Farley, B. 
Olefirowicz, S. Smith, C. Bonfanti, J. Mackor, J. Joy. Third Row: M. Ladre, S. Hughes, L. McKenna, D. Arasi, S. Milone, 
K. Cunningham, Donna Rubera, Debbie Rubera, B. Murray, B. Kendall, T. Towler. Fourth Row: S. Marcinkevich, S. Migna- 
nelli, S. Arajj, P. Paris, S. Rotondo, E. Regan, M. Robillard, B. Richards, K. Scarelli, T. Tremblay, M. Faucher. Fifth Row: 
Mr. Ray Pilar, D. Sluslovich, N. Marsden, B. Groves, B. Chaisson, Mr. Milton Lebowitz. 




DISTRIB- 
UTIVE 
EDUCATION 




James Wareing, Manager; Janice Loffredo, Sec; Ted Tuminowski; Walter Earn- 
shaw; Laurie Vieweg; Sam Kalil, Tres.; Robin Lemire; Shari Conran, Pres.; Al 
Marcello, Vice President. 



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DRAMA 
CLUB 



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Mrs. Shirley "Ma" Hovanasian, advisor; Susan Tremblay, Secretary; Ron Nicolosi, 
Vice President; Eva Thibodeau, President; Susan Ken, Publicity; Jill Marquis, 
Treasurer. 





1975-1976 DRAMA CLUB 



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NATIONAL 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 





Miss Judith Hiller, advisor; Debbie Barbin; Pres.; Beth Bender, Sec; Bob Apkarian, 
Historian; Arlene Marsan, Vice-Pres.; Leslie Kerman, Tres.; Mrs. Anne Eckman, 
advisor. 




First Row: B. Bender, L. Cartelli, K. Menihane, D. Martin, B. Calobrisi, W. Hadley, D. Barbin, L. Kerman, Mrs. Eckman. 
Second Row: Miss Hiller, M. Maglia, K. Cottone, B. Fitzgerald, L. Manikas, K. Danahy, A. Guy, P. Duquette, J. Landry, S. 
Ripley, D. Plantamura. Third Row: R. Apkarian, R. Smith, L, Keamy, L. Harvey, L. Adams, L. Dolloff, N. Burns, D. Wait- 
kevitch, A. Marsan, D. DeFeo, A. Soucy, D. Ratcliffe, G. McGonigle. 



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Top Bleacher: T. Nelson, M. Stravinskas, J. Szostak, D. Paolino, S. Brown. Second Bleacher: L. O'Clare, C. MacLeod, J. 
Landry, M. Flanagan, N. Martin, D. Lafrenier, A. Guy, L. Gueli. Third Bleacher: K. Szostak, G. O'Clare, M. Arsenault, J. 
Buben, C. Sidon, P. Duquette. Fourth Bleacher: C. Lippe, L. Deasy, D. Martin, J. Zdanowicz, R. Tobacco, J. Landry, J. 
Bailey, D. DeFeo. Fifth Bleacher: L. Brown, D. Barbin, B. Bender. Sixth Bleacher: K. Menihane, A. Marsan, G. Carter, N. 
MacLeod, Mr. Whiting. 



JUNIOR 
BOOSTERS 





Mr. David Whiting, advisor; Judy Zdanowicz, Tres.; Gina O'Clare, Vice Pres. 
Beth Bender, Pres.; Jane Landry, Sec. 



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OFFICERS: L to R: Anna Polazotti - Vice President, Lynne Brown - President, Miss 
Anne Marie Fiorilla - Advisor, Sue Brown - Secretary, Tammy Chebba - Trea- 
surer . 



PEP 
CLUB 





Bottom Row, L to R: Joyce Amore, Joyce Finnegan, Ann Marie Contarino, Lynne Brown. Miss Fiorilla. Sue Brown, Pat Chabot, 
Cindy Persecnetti. Top Row: Janet Barbin. Anna Polizotti, Dawn Bretton, Elaine Butterworth, Joann Delli Colli, Linda Deasy. 
Rosanne Tobacco, Tammy Chebba. ' 



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Top Row, L to R: Gerard Plouffe, Mr. Ziminski - Advisor, Scott Alliette. 2nd Row, L to R: Dan Gagnon, Charles Body, Robert 
Rushton, John Wrobel, Roy Arsenault. 3rd Row: Craig Haskell, Rhoda Ricci, Cheryl Eaton, Ron Plouffe. Bottom Row: Alan 
Brown, Mike Nowell, Eric Tsakle, John Follansbee. 




SCIENCE 
CLUB 




OFFICERS: L to R: Mr. Ziminski - Advisor, Gerard Plouffe - President, Eric Tsakle 
- Vice President, Robert Rushton - Secretary /Treasurer. 



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FIGURE " 
SKA TING I 
CLUB 





Front Row, L to R: Patrice Duquette, Debbie Moore, Pauline Duquette, Corey 
Palmer, Dotty Cilia, Karen Hailson, Wendy Latorre. Back Row, L to R: Steve 
Longtin, Kelly Sullivan, Terri Ann Fair, Janine Rochette, Brenda Hajjar, Paul 
Fox, Joanne Frasca, Mike Tahan, Sheila Castrios, Diane Saulen, Gail Carter, 
Nancy Martin , Scott Croteau , Miss Joleyn Lawson . 




L to R: Peter Makus, Robert Rushton, Mr. John Seig, Gerard Plouffe, Mike 
Nowell, John Follansbee . 



COM- 
PUTER 
CLUB 



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Mr. Seig's ancestors! 



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FOREIGN LANGUA GE 

CLUBS 







FRENCH CLUB 



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GERMAN CLUB 




ITALIAN CLUB 



129 




L to R: Mrs. Wilcock Advisor. Kathy Menihane Historian, Patrice Duquette Vice- 
president, Joan Landry, Secretary, Jane Landry Treasurer, Joann Dellicolli Presi- 
dent, Mrs. Derby and Miss Howe advisors. 






SPANISH 
CLUB 





SPANISH CLUB 



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SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 







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•a H hool // Methu< 



RANGE R TAKES ON NEW FACE 



omething old, something new 
omething borrowed, something 

blue . 

This familiar saying is tradi- 
ionally used in refereaC H ^^ H 

ride's apparel o 
ay. But, this tii 
o apply it to the r 

feel that it aptly 
75- '76 Methuen 

We have kept th 
tANGER, feeling 
mder which- we c 

inify. Yet, we 
nany new things 
nention just a co 
iee that our news 
smaller scale, b 

; red to you much more often. RANGB&^aW" the b ° X lnsld e Mrs - 
TU ^ llrt u A „f fKia F WW^ L & ^PR^f V &£" Smith • MteT&tef&e k&n<sBr<y£f teeid m*-. N J 2 . Le 

inrOUgUOUL L 1 1 1 & R^a^irte Taba<5c<r, Win&y Eatorre , Debbie Manning , Joann DelliColli , Beth Bender , Judy , 

■ ~ «-U^ ♦-; v^danowic^^beiUliegirty. Back Row: UadS Db© ai^nnf 15l€iiJBak , Y5^Ai Larerfirl 1 WOT J 

arrowing the tinffi, Jjfcffi ,ffi e cu y , Gerry ^ ,w$Z&. «_ hl | 

skill of a great many people. 



This newspaper is not for or 
concerning a certain group or 
segment of the student body. We| 
will strive to vary our news to 
>ver a wide raa> l p eople, 

is is e 
[es it YO 
ear what 
you got 
|i have yo' 
t? Do yd 
a drawing 
share witH 
it - what- 
|be afraid 
or share 
ubmit youl 
tome, or 




In 
his our first issue we are using 
olue ink. Through the year we 
nope to give a variety in our col- 
ors as well as our news articles. 
The 1975-76 school year at Me- 
thuen High is certainly going to 
be full of many exciting new things 
as is already evident. We hope 
the RANGER will be one of those 
highlights which will generate 



"be^cfenlified with your name, b\xi 
if you wish it to be anonymous ini 
the paper, just let us know. Thej 
RANGER staff must, however, rj 
serve the right to screen those 
things which are out of place. 
The RANGER staff plans to 
lish fourteen issues this school 
year. We are planning to cove 
number of varied areas over th 
time span. Through the newspa 

continued on 




1976 YEARBOOK STAFF 




Leslie Kerman 

Editor 
Bonnie Fitzgerald 

Asst. Editor 
Elaine Kevgas 

Advisor 



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Shari 



Karen 






Karen 



Arlene 



Bonnie 



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Debbie and Beth 




Jane 



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Top Row, L to R: Brenda Nightingale, Lisa Griskivitch, Carlene Graham. Middle 
Row, L to R: Laura Griskivitch, Jamie May, Donna Mellor, Mary Rae Matton, 
Leilah Kearny. Bottom Row, L to R: Lyn Larivierre, Trisha Harrison, Carrie Col- 
lopy. 



CHEER- 
LEADERS 




TRI-CAPTAINS: L to R: Lyn Larivierre, Kim McEvoy, Carrie Collopy. 





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Sheryl Simoes, Kim McEvoy, Wendy Leger 
Linda Magri, Karen Hailson, Sheila Heggarty, Robin Smith. 



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Let's give a cheer 
for those who 

conquer! 
It's the way, the 
way they play 
For our team 
never falters 
which gives to 
us the rep, 
the rep, the rep! 







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Victory for 

Methuen High School 
It's the way, the 
way they play 
For M-E-T-H-U-E-N 
Will win the game - 
today! 





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CO-CAPTAINS: L to R: Steve Defusco, Rick Angus. 



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METHUEN RANGERS: L to R, Row 1: Tim Roberge, Jim Ventre, Bob Zacharias, Steve DeFusco, Rick Angus, 
Dave Hewson, Drex Fair, Mike Faro. Row 2: David Frasca, Mark Davidson, Jeff Pollard, Tom Shick, Tim St. 
Paul, Paul Russell, Bob Kamal, Donny Mullin, Sean Sullivan. Row 3: Rick Zacharias, John Defusco, Oscar 
Hoehn, Mitchell Halaby, Bill Laliberty, Michael Strozza, Russ O'Hanian, John Sapia. Row 4: Steve Nazarian, 
Charles Mullin, Bill Arciciacono, Bill Rainville, Paul Love, Glen Gallant, David Kay, Doug Allen. Row 5: 
Russ McComish, Ron Tomacchio, Sam Panto, Bruce Richards, Bob McEneaney, Steve Magri, Carlos Fernandes. 
Missing: Bruce Bilapka, Jim Pritts, Paul Strozza, Cliff Mason, Dean Coco, Bill Gould, Frank Riley. 

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The 1976 Ranger Football Team, after losing 
their nine pre -season games, gloriously defeated 
Dracut 22-0 in the only REAL game of the season, 
Thanksgiving day. All coaches and members of 
the football team should be proud of the hard work 
and determination which they exhibited all fall. 




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FIELD HOCKEY 




Third Row , L to R: Marie Sarkis , Winnie Leonard , Nancy Burns , Lori Otis , Eileen Menihane , Gail Ganem , Tricia Nelson , Jane 
Szostac, Pat Duquette, Kathy Menihane, Marianne Stravinskas, Coach Meyer. Second Row: Linda Gueli, Gail Carter, Diane 
DeFeo, Gina O'Clare, Jane Landry, Lyn Greenwood, Donna Lafrenier, Lee Greenwood. First Row: Co-captains Debbie Martin 
and Judy Zdanowicz. 



Coach Meyer 






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mmmmmmammmmmmM 




Judy Zdanowicz 
Co-captain 




This year, the girls ended up with a 
winning season , thanks to senior goalie 
Gina O' Clare who posted seven shut- 
outs. Co-captains Judy Zdanowicz and 
Debbie Martin combined to keep spir- 
its high and score most of the team's 
points . 




Debbie Martin 
Co-captain 




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1976 SOCCER 




Top, Left to Right: Mr. Sorter, Bill Raitt, George Feole, Jeff Stott, Glenn Canavo, Bill York, Mark Archembault, Pete O'Con- 
nell, John Freeman, Bill Beeley, Kevin Fillion. Second Row: Bill Hadley, Dave Moore, Art Soucy, Dave Trovato, Dave Gor- 
don, Chris Childs, Steve Winn. First Row: Tony Castiglione, Tom Lawton, and Paul Parisi. 



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The 1975-1976 Methuen High 
School Soccer Team had an outstand- 
ing season with a record of 8-4-4 
which qualified them for state compe- 
tition. They were led by co-captains 
Tom Lawton, Tony Castiglione and 
Paul Parisi . 






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Pictured Above: Captain Gina Neve, Coach Donald Smith, Award winners Carol MacLeod and Celeste Lippe. 




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Front Row: Claire Michaud, Pam Halloran, Maureen Castles, Donna Appleyard, Cindy Sapia, Brenda Nightingale, Linda Mis- 
tal, Robyn Smith, Cathy Hebert, Danielle Latulippe, Tina Kiesling, Sue Vachon. Back Row: Jamie Becotte, Sandy Lavoie, 
Celeste Lippe, Ann Leonard, Beth Bender, Coach Smith, Carol MacLeod, Heidi Neff, Gina Neve, Terry Korzeb, Kim 
LaFrance , Karen McGrail . 







In this the first season of varsity vol- 
leyball, the 1975 team ended with a 
6-4 record, qualifying for the state 
tournament. The team gave an out- 
standing performance in the tourna- 
ment going three rounds and defeating 
an 11-0 team before being knocked 
out. This was a good beginning for this 
exciting new sport in Methuen. 










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First Row: Rocky Teer, Rick Cameron, Richard Stravinskas, Mike Janowski, Tim 
Lawton. Second Row: Steve Burns, Peter Johnston, Gary Gosselin, Steve Sanford, 
Frank Plantamura, Coach Roger Fuller. 



The Cross Country team had an 
impressive season this year under the 
leadership of Tri-captains Mike 
Janowski, Tim Lawton and Richard 
Stravinskas. Coached by Mr. Roger 
Fuller, the team showed a quality 
effort. The team ended with an admi- 
rable record of 9-4. 



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Front Row: Paul Forcier, Robert McEneaney, Mike Kostyla, Jeff Ness, Mark Childs, Rick Young. Back Row: 
Coach John Rimas, Ken Lumb, Greg Favreau, Bill York, Tom Powers, Kevin Bradley, Louis Benvenui, Joseph 
Murach, Coach Michael Sorter. 






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went through a developing season to 
lead them into a hopeful future. Many 
times the team played young members 
to build their skill. Co-captains Jeff 
Ness and Mike Kostyla kept the team 
together and lead them through a good 
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This year's Girls' Basketball Team 
had a fine season ending up with a 
record of 11-5 missing the tournament 
by only one game. All of the girls 
made a great effort to the teams suc- 
cess and Celeste Lippe was the high 
scorer . 




Front Row: Diane DeFeo, Carol MacLeod, Beth Bender, Donna 
Lafrenier, Gail Carter. Back Row: Celeste Lippe, Gail Ganem, 
Tricia Nelson, Judy Zdanowicz, Heidi Neff, Jane Szostak, Coach 
Cunningham. Missing from Picture: Winnie Leonard. 





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SENIOR MEMBERS: 

Co-Captains - Beth Bender 

Donna Lafrenier 

Members - Diane DeFeo, Carol 

MacLeod , Gail Carter , 
Judy Zdanowicz. 



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This year's Hockey Team took advantage 
of it being the first year with our own rink. 
The team worked extremely hard this season 
and deserves much credit. 





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SENIOR MEMBERS: Rick Zacharias, Rick Angus, Dave 
Frasca, Bob Daigle, Mike Weinhold, Arthur Soucey, Ron 
DiCenso , Dave Hewson , Bruce Richards . 






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Front Row, L to R: Ronald Nicolosi, William Raitt, Thomas Lawton, (co-captain), Kevin Fillion, (co-captain), £^ 

David Moore, Glenn Cannavo. Back Row, L to R: Earl Feugill, Ronald Hibbard, Mark Gauvin, Shaun Berry, ^-^ 

Clifford Mason, Peter O'Connell, David Faucher, Martin Mason, Christopher Morency, Ross Garifolo, Mr. O 

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Head Coach: Mr. Molesso 

Under the direction of their coach, Mr. Molesso, and their co-captains, Tom 
and Kevin, the boys' gymnastics team had a fine season. Once again, though they 
were a young team , they had many outstanding performers which led them to vic- 
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The Girls' Gymnastics Team had a fantastic 
season ending with a record of 10-2. Led by Co- 
captains Annette Soucy and Nancy Faunt and sup- 
ported by Coaches Mrs. Karen Bergeron and Miss 
Sheryl Allen, all the team members deserve 
credit for their enthusiasm and effort. 




First Row: Lee Greenwood, Sue O'Brien, Nancy Faunt, Lyn Greenwood, Cathy Hebert. Second Row: Cindy Sapia, Ann St. Paul, 
Linda Lupo, Michelle Leger, Ann Guillmette, Penny Hines, Rosine Hatem, Debbie Fraas, Lesley Austin, Chris Bergeron, Miss 
Allen, Brenda Contarino , Mrs. Bergeron. 



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Head Coach: Larry Klimas 





Asst. Coach: Roger Fuller 



Captain: Glen Gallant 




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With the help of their captain, Glen 
Gallant and their coaches, Larry Kli- 
mas and Roger Fuller, the boys' track 
team had a fine season. At every meet 
they did a fantastic job with many 
impressive performances. Each partic- 
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Back Row, L to R: Sue Vachon, Doreen Dolce, Cindy Blondin, Marianne Stravinskas, Evelyn Hildebrandt, Kathy Brien, Becky 
Kurth, Annette Lee. Middle Row: Pam DeFillipo, Andrea Chatis, Marsha Wermers, Claire Michaud, Lynn Hajjar, Marcia 
Mansour, Mary Jo Roberge, Paula Hadley. Front: Joan Landry. Insert: Kathy Menihane. 



This was the first year for girls win- 
ter track in Methuen. But that didn't 
stop seniors Joan Landry and Kathy 
Menihane and the rest of the team 
from winning the league meet and 
becoming Merrimack Valley Confer- 
ence Champs! 

Congratulations Girls ! ! ! 






Coach Hughes 



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1975-1976 WRESTLING TEAM 



The 1975-1976 Wrestling Team had 
an excellent season due to the able 
leadership and effort of Tri- captains 
Bill Hadley, George Feole and John 
Pittera and Senior member Steve 
Winn. Much credit should be given to 
Coach Ken Hall who was assisted by 
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Dave Frasca 
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The 1976 Baseball Team defeated 
Andover, Billerica, and Dracut this 
season . These three wins overshadowed 
the 17 other games of the season that 
they lost. Led by coach Bruce Parker 
and captain Dave Frasca the team 
deserves an A + for effort. 




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Front Row: Judy Landry, Linda Gueli, Beth Bender, Carol MacLeod, Arlene Marsan, 
Gail Carter, Linda Scandura. Back Row: Jane Szostak, Winnie Leonard, Celeste 
Lippe, Gina Neve, Gail Ganem, Karen McGrail, Heidi Neff , Coach Cunningham. 



With a record of 15-1, the 1976 
Softball Team conquered the Merri- 
mack Valley Championship for the 
third year to permanently retire the 
championship trophy at Methuen High. 
After drawing a bye in the first round 
of the state tournament , the girls lost a 
tough game to Bishop Fenwick, as in 
the previous year. Despite this, it was 
a very rewarding season. 





Co-captains Carol MacLeod and Beth 
Bender with Coach Sheila Cunning- 
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Led by tremendous seniors the spring track team 
ran , jumped and hurdled its way to many victories 
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The 1976 Girls' Track Team did not end its season with an impressive record. 
But , some outstanding performances came from such girls as Marianne Stravinskas , 
Claire Michaud, Joyce Burns, Lee Greenwood, Becky Kurth, Beth Donovan and 
Maureen Castles. Future years' prospects are high with a number of returning under- 
classmen and good coaching from Coaches Hughes and Benner. 



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1976 BOYS' TENNIS TEAM 
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Front Row: Lesley Austin, Sue Hammer, Sheila Larson, Andrea Chatis, Pam DeFillippo, Linda 
Filocamo. Second Row: Jenny Kurth, Lisa Shaheen, Nancy Martin, Terri Kenney, Paula Hamel, 
Nancy Faunt, Co-captain. Third Row: Cindy Rogers - manager, Nancy Campbell, Adrienne Gir- 
agosian, Kim LaFrance - Co-captain, Cathy Bitler, Colleen O'Connell, Jean Begley, Jamie 
May. 



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L to R: Casey Crompton, Tom Gilbert, Steve Nazarian, Russ O'Hanian, Paul Healy, Mike O'Donnell, Mitch Halaby, Mike 
Gioseffi, Coach - Ruth Ann Hozaphel. 




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This year's Varsity Golf Team had a 
fine season which was topped off by 
their star Junior , Casey Crompton, 
winning the state Individual Golf 
Championship . 



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"THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT" 

- CAST - 
in order of appearance 

Eli Mark Borgesi 

Carla Annette Guy 

Rita , Annette Soucy 

Billie-Sue Tricia Harrison 

Dody Brewster Mary Lou Arsenault 

Lynn Linda Booth 

Marian Wendy Hoehn 

Nifty Victor Majkut 

Dean Sunimerton Bob Apkarian 

Chip Corwin George Kalil 

Miss Wiggins Eva Thibodeau 

Mrs. Delehanty Leslie Kerman 

Murdock Faversham Bart Calobrisi 

Jessica Sheryl Stankus 

Adrienne Diane Lupo 

Harol-d George Benson 

Dr. Merrill Tom Kelly 

Connie Sue Devine 

Fred Gary McGonigle 

Dr. Hale Pat Chabot 

Norma Karen Romanelli 

Dr. Harley Dingman-Batson Tom Simon 

Ann Sue Cummings 

Merlin Dave Hewson 

Darwin Kevin Fillion 

Extras Ted Tuminowski, Lynn Carter 

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Class History 



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Class Prophecy 



Bob Apkarian - Annette Guy 
Class Will 




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CLASS HISTORY— 1976 



Annette Soucy Dave Trovato 






It was the fall of 1972, that dreadful year that brought a threat to the authority of the school system. Three hundred and 
eighty-two Freshmen maintained an image of being either very civilized, such as a Pat Chabot, or very uncivilized as 85% of 
the class was. It was the year that we fought to wear dungarees and good 01' Nick showed his consideration by letting us wear 
them one day, - the last day! ! ! We were cautious Sophomores entering into the great Tenney High, cage and all. Don't worry 
Victor Majkut, you'll find that elevator you so patiently wait to take to the swimming pool on Tenny's roof. Hey, let's go to a 
dance, maybe a Sadie Hawkins or a Greaser and see who can leave first. We've always looked up to Seniors with respect and fear 
- well not really fear because our Powder Puff Team destroyed those Senior girls by a disrespectful score of 6-0. But still some- 
how their heads were too high from their one victory and lost as Seniors . 

Imagine, we, the students finally performed as students while Juniors, but it really wasn't as much fun as doing nothing for 
two years. So we loosened up at our mock Las Vegas - the cafeteria and ope: Aies of Tenney. Just for fun in the winter, we 
had an assortment of bomb scares and fire drills. If you didn't get pneumonia the first time out, you were given at least two 
more chances that day when we had more of these fun games. What really gave ^bneumonia, though, was having to go back 
and listen to Mr. Dolloff try to tell us we didn't go out into the blizzards in record time. 

We voted for a student council to bring us benefits to enjoy, but FIRST GEAR?? They couldn't get out of it! The new Student 
Senate DID work this year though to bring some amusement thanks Tricia Harrison, Shelley Bonefant, and Tom Kelly. Class 
officers this year were Annette , Tom , Laurie and Lou . ■b — "*Wr ^7^ ^/^^^ttT'^ m ^^m mm ^_ 

Steve Caraccio, Judy Hanson, Jaymee McGravey and others were responsible for keeping Mr. Nick in shape. We'll still never 
know why he chased them around Tenney. ^^ 

Speaking about being in shape, our soccer team was showing that it could play soccer just as well as the year before when the 



team qualified for the State Tournament. This y jjj they qualified again with a record of 8-4-4. TheJ U Beeley, Glj 

Cannavo, Kevin Fillion, George Feole, Bill Hadley, Tom Lawton, Dave Moore, Paul Parisi, Bill Rain, Jeff Stott, Steve Scam- 
mons, Art Soucey, Dave Trovato, Bill York, Steve Winn and Tony Castiglione. 

Our girl's softball team has been winning ever since coming to Tenney, only missing ^■phampionsM once and only by one 
game. Senior stars were Beth Bender, Gail Carter, Carol MacLeod, Linda Gueli and Arlene Marsan. This year they are champs. 



fcere very jgw^tej^s at Tenney that had losing seasons , but whether losing or winning , we 



ill always proud to cheer 
them on and call them our own: 

Seniors at last! It took the school a little time to prepare for us.^Rook until September 22 to be official ! 
we thought we were Senior years ago. However, the shock of entering the new school made us think that Karen Oliveri had 
shrunk to the size of an ant, and the SPACIOUS atmosphere began to affect some of us like Alice Chontoian, Be: 
many others . 

The new school was equipped" with Activity Areas which the students quickly became accustomed to by doing such activities as 
sitting and sleeping, especially SLEEPING. People like Dave DiZazzo, Frank DiNoto, Rose Coco, Shelley Smith, Sue Farley, 
and Cindi Corey went berserk in the Media Center during 5th and 6th periods. 

>ad the Universal wasn't set up or it may have affected Glenn Gallant, Dave Hewson, Rick Angus, Paul Russell, Dave 
I Halaby, Steve DeFusco, Bruce Richards and Rick Zacharias. - Although they gave us but one 
h the wait. Dracut never knew what hit them, but Rick Angus did. And so the 22-0 slaughter made all 
the good performances of the season seem like one big victory. 

The band was aiways a help at getting the crowds into the game. Our band is amazing and probably the most remarkable 
marching band in the area, as you've seen at the spectacular half-time shows. Also, on October 19, the band featured their first 
annual band show, which was a brilliant and fascinating performance. 

contributed their time and effort were the sexy sax player Wendy, the fruity flute player Linda, the pint- 
kthe devastating drummer Jim, the towering tuba player Ken, the shrieking clarinet players Bar- 




bara and Helen, and finally the horny horn players Bart and Scott. The band deserves all the credit although Mr. Isadore should 
get some so he doesn't feel left out. 

The Ice Rink was cold, and still is. However, the Hockey Team kept warm by winning. They gave us a great season for a 
young team and were always in close competition with a record of 5-11-2. Senior players were Rick Angus, Bob Daigle, Ron 
DiCenso , Dave Frasca , Dave Hewson , Bruce Richards , Art Soucey , Mike Weinhold and Rick Zacharias . 



Girls' Gymnastics leaped to a beaming season that was unparalled to any other year with a record of 1 
were Nancy Faunt, Annette Soucy, Lee and Lyn Greenwood and Sue O'Brien. 

The Girls' Field Hockey Team reached their goal and scored an impressive season of 6-5-3. They are sure to hurt next year 
without Judy Zdanowicz, Debbie Martin, Gail Carter, Diane DeFeo, Pat Duquette, Lee and Lyn Greenwood, Linda Gueli, 
Donna Lafrenier, Jane Landry, Kathy Menihane and Gina O' Clare. 

Then there was Volleyball. The team bounced into the quarter-finals of the state tourney and served up a record of 6-4. 
Senior stars were Beth Bender, Carol MacLeod and Terry Korzeb.^^^^ 

Travelling on, we get to the girls' Basketball team which'was led by seniors Gail Carter, Carol MacLeod, Beth Bender, Donna 
Lafrenier, Diane DeFeo and Judy Zdanowicz. The team dribbled to a high scoring season of 11-5. 

Speaking of high, the field had some excellent parties. 

Cross-country ran up a record of 9-4 to the surprise of Joan Landry and Rocky Teer. 

The boys' Basketball team made up of Seniors Tom pJwers, Ken Lumb, Jeff Ness, Mike Kostyla, and Bill York gave us 100%, 
but were victims of inexperience . 

The wrestling team had a fair season with Senior stars such as John Pittera , Bill Hadley , Steve Winn and George Feole leading 
the way . 

Kevin FillMfcffpm Lawton, Bill Raitt, Glenn Cannavo, Dave Moore, and Ron Nicolosi were seniors on the Boys' Gymnastic 
team that vaulted to a winning season of 6-4. 

Because of -all^rre Bicentennial spirit, we got to see many important people like Arthue Fiedler and the Boston Pops, starring 
David Isadore, Lord Methuen and also Glenn Gallawjand Mike Weinhold who had many parties in celebration of the Bicenten- 
nial - and anything else that needed celebrating. 



>r Class Play, "The Devil Made Me Do la" was - "Nifty." T 




Kalil and Ma% Lou Arsenault. Of co 



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veted award for best actor and actress went 
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to - "The envelope please' 
of the cast . I 

The Drama Club sponsored a Talent Show which had its hig jhts starrinjM Simon, Annette 

Soucy, Pat Chabot, Karen Romanelli, Victor Majkut, Linda Booth and George Benson. Ice Hockey didn'1 seem to be our girls' 
gamWrffllown by the North House vs. South House Hockey game. The Ice Follies, however , dKlsnowtn^giris^SKiTls and grace 
that can be performed onice . w % 

Speaking of follies, that's the word they should have used to describe the Christmas Holly Ball. This is no reason why our 

Yearbook staff or Leslie Kerman, Bonnie Fitzgerald, Dave Plantamura, Beth Bender, Jane Landry, Debbie Barbin, Arlene Mar- 

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san, Karen Scarelli, Jody St. Germain, Karen Oliveri, Sue Cummings and Shari C nran can be blamed for trying, even though 
it was a pretty flaky scene inside and out. Maybe a little mi ;ould have liven ■ace up. I think all the Christmas 

SPIRIT was left in the cars underneath the seats 




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Our golf team is having a fantastic season going 10-4. Leadij lto the holii Bior staW^om Gilbert and„Mitch 

Halaby . Even though Mitch acts pretty civilized in school I saw him get really teed off out there on the green . 



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Green, isn't that the color of our brand new Tennis Courts? Yes, and both our girls and boys teams seemed to specialize in 
"love" as they showed us that tennis was their "racket" while serving up scores of 7-3 and 4-9 respectively. 

Spring was also the season for coed track as our boys' spring track team had an excellent record of 10-2. Senior stars were 
Glenn Gallant, Jeff Ness, Tom Lawton, Bob Daigle and Mike Kostyla. The girls didn't do that badly either. Bto^fe^ 

The separation of the Senior class into the North and South houses was soon overcome by the constant parties at the field. I 
nothing else, we'll always remember the field. Its memories will HANGOVER us for beers, - years to come! M^^^^^^* 





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CLASS WILL — 1976 



We, the Sen orkClass of 1976, being of sound mind and body, do hereby leave the following on this 28th day of May 1976 



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I Joanne Buben 1 -all the future Michaelangelos, Rembrandts and Leonardo DaVincis of Methuen High School some of 

my artistic talent. We, Donna and Annul." , llLum^i^rs. Moody two students just as quiet as we were. We, the Rangerettes and 
Cadets , leave Dan Tearno a rifle to do whatever he wants with it . I , Iraida Castro , leave to my gym teacher my sister to get her 
in shape - she needs it! We, Lynn and Debbie, give to the Junior class a book on 50 ways to skip and leave school without getting 
i O'Clare and Joan fcndry, leave tojvir. McDermott, Marianne Stravinskas to carry on the mistakes we made 
in tiie athletic office. I, Ann Wrighfl leave Debbie bimmock good luck with her boinks. I, Fran Ragonese, leave my sister 

Bnoney n*ct year, and 2 p riods of Mrs. Kern's sewing class. I, C. R. Lambert, would like to leave 

■ome Ec department to Mrs. Kern. We, Lyn, Lee, Elaine and Laurie, leave to Mr. Donald Smith a 

new pair of penny loafers complete with pennies since he only has d^mes. I, Jeff Stott, leave to the school nurse one first aid 

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book on lunch room emergencies. 

We, the 1st period geography class, leave to Don Smith one name stamp for library passes. I, George Kalil, leave Mrs. H. 
one slightly used attache case in which to keep all the memories of the Senior Class play of '76. I, Caroline Najuch, leave to 
the Rangerettes lots of luck and a great year to come. I, Carol Collopy, leave to Laura Griskevitch my cheering megaphone and 
poms hoping she'll have as successful and happy cheering year as I've had. We, Joann, Judy, Joan, Lynn, Kathy, Ron, Anna, 
Sue, and Dee of Mrs. Wilcock's 2nd period Spanish class leave to her Jesus Arias to do with what she will for the remainder of 
the year. Good luck Jesus. Kim and Ann leave Mr. Robillard 2 sets of bruised knees and the hope that he gets his gym class soon. 
I, Steve DeFusa^, leave to Mr. Harmon a book on "How to Fight Your Own Battles." I, Debbie DiResta, leave my finger nails 
to Linda MartJho lnd all my love to Mark Giroux. I, Ron DiCenso, leave my rougy black sneakers far, far behind. We, 
Ziminski's Anatomy class leave him one basketball hoop for future championship classroom games. 

We, Mr. Pilat's Rents, leave him a muzzle. We, Connie Bonneau, Sharon Cormier, Rachel DeQuattro, leave Miss St. 

pin for the back of her head. I, Joyce Amore, leave Mr. Caruso a violin and a shovel for next year's class. I, 

bie Bazdanes, leave Mr. Herlihy one do: n English books. I, Debbie Cabral, leave Mr. Pilat a^year's supply of good candy. 

n the school store. 1, Diane DiPah Br leave to the growing Junior class 3 inches. I, Trisha Harrison, leave Mr. Hen- 

rtr. HerL one Starsky and Hu Wfa.n club kit. Keep up the good work. We, Jane, Pat, Rocky, Beth, Debbie, Judy, 

Mik .e, Paul, Matt, Rick, and Steve leave to Alan Dewhirst two tables for himself at lunch. I, Bart Louis Calobrisi, do 

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hererl y upper register to David Keamy; may you use it wisely. We, Mr. Shamburger's homeroom, leave him one book 

on improvirj memory. We, Paul Parisi and Dave Moss, leave Rick Corso and Linda Adams, Mr. Ziminski! We, Mr. Yelle's 

4th period class leave him a comb and a coordinated suit. 

We the 1 niors of Mr. Mazzaglia's 4th period class promise to purchase 5000 single sliced Tripoli's pizzas this summer. We, 
the varsity fl team leave Kevin Tarr one sucker punch and six stitches which he should collect very soon. We, the seniors 

of the hockey tean leave Mr. Cullen one membership into the Peter Puck Fan Club. The Bicentennial Workshop leaves to Bob 



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Apkaria^ ofie pair of pants to wear as he f lie^across the balconies in Pennsylvania . I , Victor Majkut , leave my unique giggle 
and my fe^orite saying "Oh my God" to Mr^H. We, the 75-76 Field Hockey co-captains Debbie M. and Judy Z. wish next 
year's team the best of luck. I, Adale, being of sound mind and body leave to my sister Leilah my old parking space and 50<£ 
McDonald's gift certificate and I leave my brother Mitch one well-used alarm clock. We, Dee and Deb, leave Sheryl, Sue, 
Rosine and Jane a year's supply of carrots and each their very own peeler. I Mitch Halaby leave Don Smith an invitation to a 
chain wrestling match . 

I, Shari Conran, leave a whip to Mr. Nicholson to tame the unruly class of '77. We, Carla and Jaymee, leave to Mrs. Rous- 
seau, our autobiographies we never did. We, the girls' basketball team leave to next year's team a key to one team room - 
don't lose it. We, the girls' Softball team leave to Miss Cunningham a pitching rubber with good spikes. I Cathy, leave Donna 
Daigle a year's supply of bathroom passes and my cricket lighter. We, Mrs. Carrier's 5th period class leave her a copy of her 
opening speech to be used on next year's Seniors. We, Shelley, Elaine, Laurie and Diane, leave Mr. Francis ail his anti-femin- 
ist male chauvinist jokes , his term papers and his ridiculously hard tests . 

We, Mrs. Dorner's 6th period class would like to leave her a dozen pairs of stretch pants and coordinating vests. We, Jaymee 
McGravy and Judy Hanson , would like to leave Mr . Constantineau an A + for effort in remembrance of that day we skipped out 
of the assembly at Tenney and he chased us all the way down Pleasant St. Nice try! I, Diane, leave Dave my half of our band 
locker to be used only by HIMSELF. We, the Seniors at second lunch leave Jim Weir a bottle of Prell shampoo. I, Steve Carrac- 
cio leave my unfinished footstool to my brother Robbie. Steve, Mike and Bill leave Mr. Russell a copy of the "Golden Book on 
How to Scale Marks." We, Don, Dave, Ron and Dave leave Rick a term paper on Isaac Newton - four different versions. We, 
Connie, Diane and Liz leave to Karen Morgan a year's supply of forged passes and three yellow rain slickers to leave school in. 
I, Donna Breen leave to Sandy, Dee, Alice and Gail a book of all the jokes I told in shorthand. I, James Sambataro, leave my 
lifesize poster of "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" to Tom Salafia. Colleen, Jill and Joanne leave to Mr. Smith a lifetime 
supply of library passes and a miniature Trombley Motor Coach with a loudspeaker so he can hear his own voice. To (Mow) Mao 
from Face for all those sliders that got past me, I leave you my Gilles Gilbert picture and Gary Doak pinpup poster. We, Mr. 
Ziminski's 7th period class leave him a blue denim lab coat with sequins. I, Joan, leave Mr. Hughes, Mr. Klimas and Mr. 
Fuller many thanks and best of luck always. I, Donna Lafrenier leave Miss Cunningham one basketball player with two good 
knees and an extra one just in case. I, Kevin Fillion leave to next year's pole vaulting team one death pole, one very used 
handpainted armcast, and lots of luck to Bill Rainville. I, Debbie Arivella, leave to my cousin Joyce my gymsuit, and to Mr. 
Nigrelli a megaphone so his class can hear him. I, Mike Tahan, leave to Mr. Herlihy, one pair of castinettes, one stolen 
chicken and a freshly painted wagon. I, Jane Landry, leave Mrs. Peavey a lot of patience and some good diction. I, Debbie 
leave Mr. Jennings one vague, hazy, nebulous composition with 20 "Spelling - l's" and an entire book of questions, comments 
and favorable suggestions. We, your favorite boobs with sawdust from the neck up, leave to you, Mrs. Gammons, one pound of 
grass seed for your listening pleasure. Tom, Lee, Laurie, Zach, Lynne, Jeff and Elaine leave Mr. Smith one sheep from the 
Merrimack Valley Textile Museum. We, the 6th period class of Mr. Jennings leave him 6000 new quizzes for next year. I, 
Cathy leave Miss Jennifer Smith all my Monarch notes and to the Monarch company I owe my life. I, Debbie Barbin, as Presi- 
dent of the Honor Society, leave Debbie Waitkevitch, the new president, lots of luck and patience - you'll need it. I, Jane 
Landry, leave Mr. Russell my rotten Physics book, the answers to the problems in it, my empty note book and a box of brownie 
cookies. We, Mike and Bonnie, leave to Mr. Whiting, Arnold, and remind him to let him out of the closet at once a day and 






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please don't let Mr. Smith beat on him. We, the Bicentennial Workshop, leave to Mrs. Dorner, Mr. Sieg and Mrs. Pellitier one 
life size glossy of Victor in his pajamas, 43 plates of leftover grits, 2 buckets of ice, 20 hubbies, 10 hulls, 5 "Oh, my God's" 
and many thanks. Joann leaves to Gina Neve 1 muzzle for her big mouth. Jill, Colleen, and Joann leave to Mr. Salmansohn one 
book on how to teach psychology and not be boring . We , Donna Breen and Dee Northrup leave to Miss Doran a list of reasons for 
always procrastinating the last 15 minutes of her class. I, Beth Bender, leave Gail Ganem one good laugh for all her jokes. I, 
Carla Curtis, leave Jimmy Pritts two Tom Terrifies and a V.S. We, Dee, Debbie, Eva, Pam, Robin, and Ruth leave Mr. Sal- 
mansohn one warm fuzzy, one hundred cold pricklies and an acceptance for a drink on the house. We, the Hockey team leave 
(Mow) Mao Parker, one black El Dorado Cadillac with blood red interior and a lifetime's membership into nose 's_M afia ! I, 
Carla Curtis, leave John DeFusco one "LISTEN!" We, Mr. Smith's first period leave him one hubcap obtained th 
Auto. The 5th period class of Mr. Salmansohn leave him a muzzle to control the very disturbed Joe V— I, Ro 
> Mr. Hcrlihy and Mr. Hennessey one complete Starsky and Hutch makeup kit and Mr. Jones as Huggy Bear. I, 

luck in growing"aTWSBl«l%jftucher, Bucket and Mosson. We, Joan, Gina, Debbie, Karhy, Jane and Diane 

DN 1. I, Puckeu, leave Miss Townsend all our dirty aprons, recipes that didn't come ottt and tol 
I javelin. R. M. leaves Colleen and Mike her Latin skills. Fran, Joelle, Susan and Debbie leave Mrs' 
Kern peace and Cade a bottle of Dristan from your local drugstore and a little extra spending 

money for clotl that jump into your shopping cart. We, Mrs. Wilcock's 2nd period class give Judy HansonlO cases of chocolate 
almond bars. We, Dave Callahan, Glenn Cannavo, and Rick Dewhirst leave Mrs. Steele a window sill that looks a lot like a 
dam radiator. I, Robert Kendall, leave to Mr. Herlihy one full beard and the leftover to Mr. DeStephano. We, Diane and Jane 
leave Paul Fox a battering ram for when he streaks. I, Tom Towler, leave Mr. Dolloff one short, but precise sentence. I, AL * 

n how to be funny. I, Eileen Regan, leave my sister )^ imary three years of good luck^ 
this schcal. I, Gail Carter, leave Miss Lawson one book on how to play softball. I, Chris Cassidy, leave Mr. Moore all 
xperim or exploded. We, the class of 1976, leave to the underclassmen one day of fire drill, afte r fjj 

ill, girls' Volleyball team leave Mr. Smith one practice day when we actually accomplis 



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thing . We , th< tudents of 4th period physics leave Dave Callahan $35 to pay for the broken books . We , Barbara an d Linda, 
leave Alice a book on how to get out of your band lesson. We, Mr. Gurry's 7th period class leave himi 



Richard Nixon. I, George Benson, leave all my thanks to Mr. Klimas and Mr. Fuller for their friendship and guidance during my 



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high sWfool track years. Mr. Russell's period 5 class leaves him one pair of platform sneakers and a case of stogies. I, Diane 

IfcaFleur, leave Mr. Ziminski my seat in the back of Anatomy .^fcijoyed taking three lunches. We the ^f76 leave to the 

i class of 77 the dining room wall to lean on. I, Annette leave to Mr. Salmansohn and Joe Vaiknoras one^^r^sic|k joke - "Did 

you ever hear of a guy named Annette?" I, Lynne Lariviere leave Leilah Kearny my cheering sweater and socksandyllope that 

she has a good cheering season. We, Cindy and Joyce, leave to Miss Bailey a permanent pass that we^used to skip with. "Everyone 

aves Mr. Ziminski a jar of Dippity Do and a can of Grease Relief - "just a dab will do ya." We, Rick Angus and Steve 

Fusco leave John DeFusco and Tim St. Paul the Thanksgiving day game as an inspiration for the upcoming season, and Vince 

Lombardi's book on HOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL. I, Karen Oliveri, leave Bob Zacharias a box of Shake 'n Bake (and I helped!) I, 

Kathy Muzzeral leave Miss Lange the telephone numbers of all the underclassmen . I , Ken Lumb , leave Mr . Rimas a book listing 

1001 ways to get hurt during practice. To Mr. Molesso from Tom, Annette, Zach, Lee, Glenn, Lynn and Dave - a 15x20 King 

Size mat for you to relax on when school gets tough . I , Joanne Buben leave Bob A . seven green apples . We , Debbie , Fudge , 



Joelle , Fran Linda , Jill and Sue leave Susan , Margaret , Gina , Nancy , Rhonda , Kinberly and Alice to pick up where we left off 
and carry on in the same way. We, the 1976 Yearbook staff leave next year's staff one gallon of good luck and 2 weeks extension 
on their first deadline. We, Jeff, Donna, John, Annette, Cathy, Ron, Steve, Elaine, Laurie and Kevin leave to any worthy 
juniors, permanent passes to the library to carry on our noise, hysteria and general rowdiness 6th period. I, Annette leave t< 
Miss Bailey one book entitled "A Spectators Guide to Softball." We, Ann and Shari, leave Mr. Rosemarino one case of alka- 
seltzer seeing you will have to eat the school lunches instead of Chinese food. I, Mary Lou leave the school an anxious good-bye 
and a grateful thank you. I, Ken Lumb leave Mr. Parker a torn up catcher's mitt, a flat mask and a coverless baseball. We, the 
seniors of calculus class leave the upcoming seniors with a great teacher called "Weebles." "What! "I, Mary Lou leave all the 
girls in school Sean and my brother Roysie when he's ready for you. We, Debbie and Diane leave the majorettes a great year and 
lots of luck to the new co-captains. We, Ann O'Rourke and Sue Devine leave the first floor basement for any girl who wishes to 
skip second period next year. Karen Scarelli and Jody St. Germain leave Laurel Doiloff all our passes and excuses for getting out 
of school. I, Judy Hanson, leave Miss Dudley my job in September in case she should need to seek further employment. I, Anna 
Polizzotti, leave a field trip to Mr. Jennings and a library pass to Mr. Francis. To all the underclassmen in the band, we Barbara 
and Linda leave you Mr. Isadore. Good luck. We, the Senior boys of the field leave to Bob M. one heated swimming pool so he 
doesn't have to go swimming in Hillsie's pond in the middle of November. I, Arlene, leave Heidi Neff one softball medicine 
chest because one good chest deserves another. We, Mr. Russell's 1st period Physics class leave him all the lab reports and 
homework we never did, all our calculator gatherings, and all tests we scored higher than 70% on. We, a certain group, leave 
Mr. Halbauer a can of blue spray paint, to Mr. Herlihy a few loud kissing noises, and to Miss Townsend 24 hour police surveil- 
lance on her apartment. To Mr. Russell, 4th period leaves one big "Ed Kissel." We, Cindy and Joyce, leave Miss Townsend a 
book on self-defense and to Miss Dudley a book on 1001 sounds to make with your nose. I, Ann Bocsi, leave to my sister Marie a 
book of excuses for being out of school and a path through the woods so she won't get lost. We, Debbie, Billy and Dave leave 
Miss Benner, Ms. Howe and Mr. Salmonsohn a free weekend pass to Granny Grunt's with a room of theii choice plus all the 
homemade food and FRESH water they can find. I, Jane, leave the 6 million dollar man to Donna, our own bionic woman. We, 
Shari and Carla , leave Mrs. Borucki our red eyes in the morning. We, the seniors of the girl's track team leave Miss Benner one 
ladder to help her get over the fence at the track. We, Debbie, Patty and Sandra leave Miss Townsend all our floor plans to work 
on. We, Barbara and Linda leave Arlene P. a new mother and a great trip. I, Karen Oliveri, leave Sherly Matton an ounce of 
gold. I, Debbie, leave Leslie all the memories of the past years - don't ever forget them. I, Debra Dowd, leave Mrs. Sadowski 
my blue uniform to keep. We, the Seniors leave Mr. DeStephano a can of Rapid Grow for that obvious bare spot. I, Bob Apka- 
rian leave Annette Guy one "I'm not studying Eli, I'm worrying." which sounded so cute in the play. I, Annette, leave to you 
Bob, one box of Tic Tacs so you won't have to pick them up off the stage. 
We, Bob and Annette leave to all the Seniors best of luck and happiness because you deserve it. 



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William Hadley Debra Ann Barbin Anthony Castiglione 








Excuse me sir, What time does the bus c at about . . . hey, aren't you Bill Hadley?** Yes, and you're Tony 

Castiglione. I heard that you're the head of your own law firm.**Yes, and I know you have your own firm also.**I guess the 
word really gets around - doesn't ii!**Hey, there's Debbie Barbin! ** Wow! I haven't seen her in a long time. Hey Debbie!** 
Tony, Bill, Hello! What is this, a Class Reunion? **Gee, speaking of class reunions, our 10th is coming up next month, isn't 
it ' Yes, and it's hard to believe it's been that long since we graduated! **What have you been doing since then?**I am the 
head pharmacist in a Boston Laboratory. Do you remember Anna Polizzotti? She works as a technician in the lab and Roberta 
McAvoy works as a Marine Biologist in a nearby lab. * *Do you remember Bob Apkarian? Well, he's a dentist. I always knew he 
didn't like me very much, but boy does he torture me! His office looks nice though. It was done by that famous interior decora- 
tor Carrie Collopy. His receptionist is Donna Breen.**Bart Calobrisi is the head of a big hospital in California you know. Some 
of his employees are Eva Thibodeau as his head psychiatrist, Chris Cassidy as the dietary assistant, Linda Hunt as the head of the 
day care center. Some of the nurses on his staff I'm sure you'd know are Anne Bocsi, Debbi Manning, Barbra Howard, Cathy 
Correia, and Kim McEvoy. :> *Oh, and did you know Ray Hammer is a lawyer too?**Yes, I know - he works for me. Iraida Castro 
and Trisha Harrison work as his secretaries. ** Her name isn't Harrison anymore you know. She married Mark Dennis. I saw her 
last week in Donna Lafrenier's boutique. Some of Donna's clerks are Joyce Amore, Pat Ireland, Marise Pednault and Ann 
Wright. "Have either of you been to Macdonald's lately?**Yes, Dave and Don Moss are the owners now and they just promoted 
Ron Wermers from senior trainee to Official French Frier.** And you know Karen Romanelli is now a lieutenant in the WACS- 
?**Joan Landry is a sergeant now. **Michael Faucher, Steve Buyck, Kirk MacDonald and Steve Mellor all went into the service 
ato.**Did you know that some of our classmates ended up in show biz due to that smash hit "The Devil Made Me Do It"? 
George Kalil won his third Academy Award about a month ago. Tom Simon is opening up in a play on Broadway. Pat Chabot has 
become a famous opera singer. **I saw Steve Scammons on the Rich Little Show a couple of days ago doing Ed Sullivan impres- 
sions. You know, he's not that bad! **Speaking of entertainment, did you know that new night club opened on the (sight where 
the Methuen Mall was? The bartender is Liz Ciardello and some of the regulars are Jaymee McGravey, CR Lambert, Judy Han- 
son, Sue Roeger, Joann Flannagan, Joanie Abbot, and even Dean Martin! **I saw Diane Kyriages on TV not long ago with Deb- 
bie Lever. They are now famous dancers you know.* 'You know, I was camping in Vermont last month and I saw Bill York. He's 
;r now. He told me he's really into pine. While I was there I saw Cindy Faggiano, Debbie Romeo, Fran Rogonese, 
Joelle Garfi, Linda DeCeasare, Jill Collins, Sue O'Brien, Alice Chantonian and Sandy Van Dome. They still seem to be having 
a great time! **Did you see Eileen Regan's picture in Cosmopolitan last month? She's an international model now you know. The 
)ictures were taken by Judy Zdanowicz. •*! saw some of Kevin Fillion's photography in "Sports Illustrated." There were some 



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great shots of Olympic skiers Dave Moore and Bill Raitt. Jeff Ness and Mike Kostyla's pictures were in also. They just led the 
Celtics to their fourth straight championship this season. ** Speaking of sports, Glenn Gallant won a medal in the decathalon and 
now he's equipment manager for the high school. Ken Lumb is the baseball coach and Steve Desrosiers just became the basket- 
ball coach and his team went undefeated.** Boy, that's a switch from when we were seniors! **Hey guys - let's not forget the 
girls AGAIN! Lee and Lyn Greenwood are now the track coaches, Beth Bender and Carol MacLeod coach the girl's softball team. 
They just had Gail Carter in to speak to the girls on pitching. You know, she now pitches for the Women's International Softball 
League! **I heard Paul Parisi has a horse in the Kentucky Derby named Reeses Cup and Steve Caraccio is the jockey! ** Rick 
Parker has become a druggist . Some of his regular customers in the store are Don Frechette , Thomas Gilbert , Bruce Richards and 
Joe Ellsey. ** Architects Dave Plantamura and Paul Fox just designed Mantis City in Switzerland. Bill Beeley, Mark Borgesi, 
Robert Byrnes and Jim Lattini were part of the construction crew. **Have either of you been back to the high school lately?* *No, 
why?**You'll never guess who the principal is now! Shari Conran! Mark Donahue, Cathie Piper and Bonnie Fitzgerald are all 
teachers now. Bonnie is teaching a new course called "Bicentennial and Ten Years Later." Mike Tahan took Tom's place as an 
English teacher too!**Jane Landry and Joann Delli Colli are heading up the best run Special Education department in the state 
too !** Annette Guy is running a school for mentally disturbed children. **Oh, and Steve DeFusco and Anne O'Rourke are the two 
assistant principals at the high school. **I hear Bernie Dyson is still flying. He's a pilot for American Airlines. Delores Whipple 
is the head stewardess too.**I was on his plane a while ago and I ran into Dave Nadeau on his way to live in Australia. Joanne 
Buben was on her way to Paris with her famous artwork. ** Oh! I saw a rerun of Moon Trek the other day and Dave Trovato was the 
star - Mr. Pock.**I saw Mitch "Mongol" Halliby wrestling Ron "Bruno" Hatem for the World Federation Wrestling Champion- 
ship. Steve Winn and John Pittera are their trainers. The match really got out of hand near the end though. Policemen Tom 
"Dirty Harry" Lawton and George "Tough Man" Feole had to break it up.**I couldn't see that match because I was at a party 
given down at the field by some of our old socialites Carla Curtis, Jody St. Germain, Karen Scarelli, Mary lou Arsenault, Liz 
Lahey , Diane Lupo. and Diane Lefleur. ** Have either of you heard from our valedictorian Leslie Kerman?**No have you?**Last 
I heard she was the School Committee Chairman in Methuen and not only that she wears even prettier hats than her mother did 
when we were in school! **I bet there are a lot of our old friends that are all settled down and are leading half decent lives! **I 
know for a fact that many of the guys settled down to a happy family life such as: Bruce Bilapka, Dave Callahan, Matt Bolduc, 
Glenn Canavo, Gary McGonigle, Tom Kelly, Sam Jabour, Eddy Sheldon and Mike Vallario.**I know that Debbie Arivella 
married Bob, Shelly Bonenfat married Jerry and Nancy Collins married Goerge.**Oh, don't forget Gina O'Clare. She married 
my husband's twin you know and now she has five children romping through her house. **She really must keep busy! I'm sure 
many more of our classmates have done well through the years and even though we've not seen them I'm sure everyone thinks 
back to their high school years quite often and remembers the friends they had.**I sure miss some of those days. Things just 
aren't the same any more. ** Boy, a lot has come to pass since we've graduated. I just hope all are happy in what they're doing. 
I know I am.** Well - here comes the bus!** See you later - Good Luck!*** 






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MATERIALISM: A LfOK AT THE PAST, A STEP INTO THE FUTURE by Stephen Desrosiers 



I Parents, honored guests, members of the administration and faculty, and fellow students - on behalf of the class of 1976, tht 
first graduating class of Methuen High School, I cordially welcome you to these graduation exercises. 

During the past few decades , our society has been going through a significant change . More than ever industrialization and 
computerization are making themselves known. One only has to take a look around modem Methuen to realize that cultural 
advancement is an important and growing reality. The recently constructed Methuen Mall and the new Methuen High School are 
perhaps the greatest local examples of economical and educational growth. f^T^h 

Since society has become endowed with numerous developments and intricate complexities , social life has broadened . As the 
pace of social life quickens, the moral values of the individual usually degenerate and are replaced with a desire for material 
objects. A lust for money, a desire of personal esteem, and an avarice for expensive property, are the usual results. If one is not 
cautious in his outlook toward society, materialism will get the better of him, and he will lose the struggle to maintain spirit- 
ual, emotional, and moral principles. Decreasing moral values are one of the major problems in today's society, and this prob- 
i lem lies in the hands of today's graduates, who must arrive victorious in their stmggle with materialism and thus aid in preserv- 
ing the wholesome righteousness of American Society . 

More than ever, there is a need for knowledge and leadership. As our society grows and becomes more modernized, more 
educated and intellectually endowed, individuals are needed to bring together our cultures more divergent aspects, and to steer 
them on a constant course of development. With the increase of materialism, it is important that everyone contribute to socie- 
ty's general welfare. The future represents this graduating class' major challenge, for the future bears more materialistic com- 
plexity with which we will inevitably have to deal. 

As the graduating class ct |976 advances into a society of materialistic values, it will be faced with the struggle of dealing 
with lye's intricacy. Hopefully, the graduates will be persistent and courageous in their battle against life's vices, and strive to 
Dverall atmosphere of society. The time has come to place behind us the happy memories of high schoo 
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WE'VE YET TO BEGIN by Kim Daigle 




We, the graduates of the class of 1976, have completed 12 years of study. And in turn, each of us will receive a diploma as < 
measure of his success. However, as we reflect upon our experiences throughout our school years, the meaning 
may somehow be misinterpreted . By no means is it the end of education, but rather it signals a new beginning. 
Perhaps another word which would more aptly describe this ceremony is "Commencement." The word comi 
"Beginning and never ceasing." Graduation is simply the first major goal we have reached in our lives. I an 
s not end here. All of us have stronger goals we wish to see fulfilled. However, in order to attain any measu 
J must rerr ember that the important qualities we need are courage and dete nination. We must pu ;ue our indi vidua 
-J win a prize that no one's ever won." 

But it takes more than ourselves. We must have drive to work with others. We 
this prize, we are actually directing others in their goals. We must act not only in regan o our own futur 
concern for our fellow man. 

Graduation is the beginning of opportunity. We mustn't let our lives be influenced by false impressions. We 
own and must follow our own instincts; but first we must consider the thoughts of othersT 

We've worked 12 years towards receiving our diplomas tonight, but our task does not stop here. It's only the end of ihi 
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FLEXIBILITY IS THE KEY by Leslie Jane Kerman 




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lss of 1976, will be receiving our diplomas, signifying our graduation 

of paper with fancy writing really mean? Is it the key that unloi of I'ai 

he safe of success; the fauce i that pours out happiness and status? 
k and diligent effort, wi could make ii open any one of these doors; our diploma is merely the visible 
education, il^presents the culmination of long hours of study, homework. assignments, tedious to 
HE^Kult of the memorization of dry facts and the application of intricate i 
document which enables us to recei - a place among the "educated" . 

>n, unlike our diploma, is something that we cannot just hold in the palms of our hands. To have . 

e a driving force of our lives. That is not to say that we should wake up every morning, pore over the encyclopedia , 
ge gulps, and then retire with THE COMPLETE WORKffl F PLATO AND ARISTOTLE. Instead, our 
ake us strive to be aware, enlightened, wise, and most of all - flexible. 
s the golden key which turns the lock of meaningful achievement* The responsive person ■ rtst 

d to meet the challenges before him is the individual wlo will contribute greatly to the world around him 
living in an educational environment for twelve years^^^^of us have the mistaken impression that books can te 
ng we neffi tQJMfl^J Well , that is not true. Flexibility, unlike mathematics, ■ iot consist of set methods and defi 
utions.^Bis not like a computer which is fed information and comes back with a patterned response. A flexible individ- 
ual listens, understands, contemplates, and then adapts. When presented with a dilemma, he does not snap off a routine answer 

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with little thought of the consequences. The flexible person takes in the entire situation and puts in that extra amount of under- 
standing and effort which makes his response plausible and meaningful to all concerned J 

Entering modern society as young men and women, we will constantly be dealing with people - individuals of various back- 
grounds, educations, religions, and personalities. Basically, the course of our lives will be determined by the ways in which we 
relate to these people. If we are cold to their needs, they will be unfeeling toward us. Yet, if we bend for others, certainly the 
spirit of cooperation and compromise will be continued. If we are not flexible and adaptable, it really does not matter if we can 
recite Shakespeare or do calculus. No-one will be around us who cares about such achievements. s mFTkk 

In conclusion, I would like to wish my fellow classmates happiness and success in their future endeavors. As we leave Methuen,. 
High School today, may we all cherish the memories of the last twelve years, and look to the future as flexible, responsive 
individuals whose minds have been illuminated by the light of knowledge and stand ready to burn brightly in the world ahead. 












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Susan, 

BE 
HAPPY* ! . 

Gary 



Best of 
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Joyce, 
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Lynda, 
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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Landry 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Oliveri 

Miss Catherine Duggan 

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Devine 

Good Luck Joann! ! ! 

Mr. and Mrs. William Butterworth 

William J. Cullen 

Best of luck per. 4, Miss Davis 

Best wishes , Mr . and Mrs . Mitch Dirsa 

Miss Doreen Devine 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Dodson. "Best Wishes" 

I'll miss you all! Marilyn Dufton 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fradette. Good Luck Class of "76" 

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hennessey 

Good Luck Class of '76. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hershfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyons 

Best of Luck Class of '76. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marsan 

Mr. Bob Rosmarino, Football Coach 

Best of luck to the Class of '76. Miss Pizzano 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shaw 

John "Captain" Sieg 

Good Luck Seniors. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stasio 



Good Luck from the Lady with the Hat 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Dewhirst Jr. 

To T. J.'s 6th period - "Remember the Birds." 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Barbin 
Good Luck Class of '76 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bealiveau 

Class of '76 - Good Luck! Miss Joyce Contarino 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGurn 

Au Re voir and Good Luck. Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Melia 

Mr. Andrew S. Melnicki 

Methuen Chapter of the National Honor Society 

Meuthuen Driving School -D.J. Dodson 

Meuthuen Hgih D . E . C . A . Club 

Lester J . Moore 

Jean Nowell 

Mr. Bruce Parker, Head Baseball and Hockey Coach 

Pzazz from the "Waz" 

Mildred Sullivan 

Dave Whiting 

Don't Knock the Rock. N. Peter (Rocky) Teer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilcock 

Nancy Wooles. "Good Luck" 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yelle 

Best wishes from the husband of the lady with the hat. 



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CLASS DIRECTORY 



Abbott, JoanM. 9 Sampson St. 

Amore, Joyceann 18 Sorrento Ave. 

Angus, Richard 25 Stevens St. 

Apkarian, Robert 14 Brown St. 

Arasi, Donna 34 Milk St. 

Arcidiacono, Silvia 3 Cockrane St. 

Arivella, Deborah 116 Haverhill St. 

Arsenault, Marylou 314 Broadway 

Auclair, Laurie J. 3PelhamAve. 

Bailie, Jill A. 44 Conrad St. 

Barbin, Debra A. 22 Butternut Lane 

Barbin, Janet 26 Monterey Dr. 

Basso, Jo-Ann 38 Harvard Ave. 

Bazdanes, Debbie A. 96 Center St. 

Bebo, Amy 32 Hadley Rd. 

Beeley, Bill E. 63 Howe St. 

Bell, Vanessa A. 180 Hampshire St. 

Bender, Beth J. 25 Pleasant Valley St. 

Benson, George 15 Swan Ave. 

Bilapka, Bruce M. 344PelhamSt. 

Blomgren, Robert W. 11 Chelmsford St. 

Bocsi, AnnE. 26 Reservoir St. 

Bohne, Diane M. 123 Edgewood Ave. 

Bolduc, Matthew R. 106 Elm St. 

Bonenfant, Michele M. 35 Sunset Ave. 

Bonfanti, Connie M. 51 Worcester St. 

Bonin, Karen S. 14 Coronet Ave . 

Bonneau, Connie 73 Hampshire St. 

Booth, Linda M. 23 Weybosset St. 

Borgesi, MarkW. 459 Merrimack St. 

Bourque, Normand J. 5 Stafford St. 

Bora, Corinne M. 27 Booth St. 

Boyle, Brian F. 401 Forest St. 

Bradish, Marguerite T. 71 Mystic St. 

Breen, Donna M. 8 Bradley Ave. 

Brown, Lynne P. 97 Adams Ave. 

Buben, Joanne M. 103 Pleasant St. 

Burns, Joyce M. 9DeeringAve. 

Butterworth, Elaine 15 Woodland St . 

Buyck, Steven M. 51 Beverly St. 

Byrnes, Robert A. 16 Oak Ridge St. 

Cabral, Debra A. 46 Deborah Ave. 

Callahan, David 18 Freeport Ave . 

Calobrisi, Bart L. 43 Lincoln 



Cannavo, Glenn M. 4 Shirley Ave. 

Caraccio, Stephen 106 Oakside Ave. 

Carito, Anthony R. 115 Swan St. 

Carter, Gail 61 Currier St. 

Carter, Lynne M. 116 West St. 

Cassidy, Christine 31 Hampstead St. 

Castiglione , Anthony 102 Phillips St . 

Castro , Iraida B. 6 Tenney St . 

Cate, Lynda I. 211 Broadway 

Cavanaugh, Nancy J. 7 Duma Rd. 

Chabot, Patricia 45 Ayers Village Rd . 

Chebba, Paul R. 26 Alpine Ave. 

Chebba, Tammy M. 26 Alpine Ave. 

Chontonian, Alice M. 255 Oakland Ave. 

Ciardello, Liz A. 31 Bailey St. 

Cintron, Modesto J. 80 Tenney St. 

Cloutier, Mark L. 8 Willow St. 

Coco, Rose M. 24 Channing St. 

Coelho, Gloria -- 

Coelho, Thomas R. 24 High St. 

Collins, Donna M. 142 Oakside Ave . 

Collins, Jill A. 130 Oakland Ave. 

Collins, Nancy J. 319 Lowell St. 

Collopy, Carol A. 65 Ayer St. 

Conran, Shari C. 2 Stillwater Rd . 

Cook, Paula J. 11 Ayers Village Rd. 

Corey, Cynthia A. 385 Howe St. 

Corey, Robert R. 12 Washington St. 

Cormier, Sharon E. 71 Pilgrim Circle 

Correia, Catherine 65 Oakland Ave . 

Coulombe, Linda M. 62 Camden St. 

Courcy, Cindy J. 58 Arnold St. 

Courcy, Deborah A. 40 Elm St. 

Cummings , Susan P. 4 Alexander Circle 

Cunningham, Kristin D. 7 Piedmont St. 

Curtis, Carla R. 15 Perry Ave. 

D'Agata, Linda S. 23 University Lane 

D'Agati, Angelo 66 Lorenzo Circle 

D'Agati, Sandra J. 3PhipperSt. 

Daigle, Kim M. 187 Tyler St. 

Daigle, Robert 35 Carleton St. 

DeCeasare, Linda A. 88 ! /2 Arnold St. 

DeFeo, Diane T. 30 Bates St. 

DeFusco, Stephen 4 Duston Drive 



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Delle Chiaie, Susan 36 Golf Ave. 

Delli Colli, Joann M. 10 Ames St. 

Denis, Jeffrey P. 34 Butternut Lane 

DeQuattro, Rachel C. 33 Constitution Way 

Derrico, Sue 69 Oakside Ave . 

DeSantis, TerriA. 10 Fairview Ave . 

Desrosiers, Stephen M. 41 Torino St. 

Devaney, Kathy T. 8 Home St. 

Devine, Susan M. 619 Forest St. 

Dewhirst, Richard C. 15 Hidden Rd. 

DiCenso, Ronald S. 11 Anderson Drive 

DiGennaro, June A. 90 Harris St. 

DiNoto, Frank P. 3 Savin Ave. 

DiPalermo, Dianne 24 Shirley Ave . 

Diresta, Deborah L. 501- A Prospect St. 

DiZazzo, David 99 Milk St. 

Donahue, Mark W. 50 Butternut Lane 

Dowd, Carol A. 211 Lowell St. 

Dowd, DebraJ. 25 Oakland Ave. 

Downey, Kathy M. 142 Pleasant Valley St. 

Duggan, Joanne M. 21 Glen Forest Lane 

Duncan, Joline 46 Clifton Rd. 

Duquette, Patrice J. 7 Field Ave. 

Durling, Karen L. 10 Nelson Ave. 

Dyson, Bernard J. 9 Clayton Ave. 

Earnshaw, Brian D. 41 Currier Ave . 

Earnshaw, Walter 41 Kensington Ave . 

Eddy, WeonaN. 28 Lyndale Ave . 

Ellsey, Joseph E. 13 Brentwood Rd . 

Faggiano, Cynthia D. 25 Somerset St . 

Farley, Suzanne 256 Lowell St. 

Faucher, Michael G. 9 AlmontSt. 

Faucher, Pamela M. 189 Lowell St. 

Faunt, Nancy J. 2 Oakcrest Circle 

Fazio, Diane F. 81 Woburn St. 

Feole, George R. 24 Conrad St. 

Fillion, Kevin 4 Quebec St. 

Fitzgerald, Bonnie A. 55 Pleasant Valley St. 

Flanagan, Joanne 17 Tudor St. 

Ford, Lucille A. 182 Berkeley St. 

Fowler, Elizabeth A. 21 Larchwood Rd. 

Fowler, Gloria 1 Milan Rd. 

Fox, PaulL. 4 Crest Dr. 

Franciosa, Jayne 19 Boornazian Rd . 

Franciosa, Stephen P. 19 Timberlane 

Frasca, David P. 15 Stevens St. 

Frechette, DonE. 20 Canobieola Rd . 

Gagne, Arthur G. 349 Howe St. 

Gallant, Glenn A. 59 Clayton Ave. 



Galloway, Steve 21 Coronet Ave. 

Garfi, Joelle N. 61 Union St. 

Garafolo, Alice A. 24 Cocrane Circle 

Gauthier, Sandra J. 5 Sawyer St. 

Gauvin, Stephen M. 41 Palange St. 

Gilbert, Thomas R. 6HadleyRd. 

Godwin, Judy A. 90 Birchwood Rd. 

Goossens, Karen 22 Clayton Ave . 

Gould, ArchieS. 471 Lowell St. 

Greenwood, Lee A. 10 Grove St. 

Greenwood, Lyn 10 Grove St. 

Grillo, Nadine 39 Sevoian Dr. 

Gueli, Linda 14 Wayside Ave. 

Guy, Annette M. 7 School St. 

Hadley, William P. 409 Forest St. 

Hajjar, DarcyE. 93 Hazel St. 

Halaby, Mitchell 97 Howe St. 

Hale, Helen V. 9 Park St. 

Hamel, Daniel A. 60 Berwick St. 

Hammer, Raymond 38 Sycamore Rd. 

Hanna, Christine 82 Riverdale 

Hanson, Judith A. 9 Bedford St. 

Harris, Gary D. 49 Union St. 

Harrison, M. Patricia 15 Falcon St. 

Hatem, Ronald J. 28 Madison St. 

Hayden, James 1-A May Court 

Hewson, David C. 17 Windsor St. 

Hodge, Paula 62 Union St. 

Hoehn, Wendy A. 15Y2 Central St . 

Howard, Barbara K. 4 Annis St. 

Hoyle, Nancy J. 3 Butternut Lane 

Hunt, Linda 15 Ingalls Court 

Ireland, Patricia 7 Hazel St. 

Jabour, Sam 491 Howe St. 

Jackson, Kathleen 45 Ashland Ave . 

Jessie, Richard E. 21 Hemenway St. 

Johnson, Cindy 16 Oakhill Drive 

Joy, Joe 110 Pelham St. 

Kalil, George 5 Center St. 

Kalil, Samuel B. 2 Hilltop Rd. 

Kearny, Adale 156 Howe St. 

Kearny, Kenneth 1 Huntington Ave. 

Kearns, Darlene E. 31 Vincent Ave. 

Kelly, Thomas 7 Hadley Rd. 

Kendall, Robert 6 Bradley Ave. 

Kerman, Leslie J. 42 Tyler St. 

Kiley, Frank M. 4 Barker St. 

King, Steven P. 2 Conte Drive 

Klus, Karen K. 161 Berkeley St. 



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Koerner, Bruce J. 74 Camden St. 

Kolofoles, Charles J. 7 Tyler St. 

Korzeb, Teresa A. 24 Conrad St. 

Kostyla. Michael J. 13 Park Ave. 

Kyriages, Diane 28 Richard Ave . 

Lafleur, Diane C. --- 225 No. Lowell St. 

Lafrenier, Donna M. 85 Arnold St. 

Lahey, Liz J. -- 10 East Brook PI . 

Lambert, Cynthia 37 Hodson St. 

Landry, Jane A. 97 Edgewood Ave. 

Landry, Joan M. 97 Edgewood Ave. 

Lane, James 197 Oak St. 

Laperriere, Gail A. 7 Glen Forest Lane 

Laplante , Cindy M. 18 Orchard St . 

Lariviere, Lynne M. 381 Pelham St. 

Larkin, Nancy C. 615 Forest St. 

Latorre , Robin 34 Forest St . 

Lattini, James T. 9 John St. 

Lavoie, Priscilla M. 176 Hampstead St. 

Lawton, Thomas B. 17 Joy Terrace 

Lemieux, Richard J. Palanga St. 

Lemire, Robin 48 Emsley Terrace 

Lever, Deborah J. 9 School St. 

Lindner, Lillian M. 12 Edwin Ave. 

Loffredo, Janice 58 Ayer St. 

Longtin, Steve D. 114 West St. 

Lumb, Kenneth 895 Riverside Drive 

Lupo, DianneL. 53 Plymouth St . 

MacDonald, Kirk D. 21 Tudor St. 

Mackor, John J. 20 Roosevelt Ave . 

MacLeod, Carol M. 26 Woodbum Drive 

Majkut, Victor J. 40 Pond St. 

Manikas , Lynneanne M. 4 Noyes St . 

Manning, Colleen M. 18 Falmouth St. 

Manning, Debra J. 35 Dexter St. 

Mansur, Roxanne M. 120 Railroad St. 

Marcello, Allan J. 304 Broadway 

Marchand, AlanN. 38 Pine St. 

Marchand, Wayne A. 35 Edgewood Ave. 

Marcinkevich, Deborah 80 Hampstead St. 

Marsan, Arlene M. 201 Forest St. 

Martin, Deborah R. 15 Dewey St. 

Martin, Robert F. , Jr. 99 Bradley St. 

Martone, Tina M. 30 Longwood Drive 

Matteo, Sherry L. 69 Golf Ave. 

Matton, Bob H. 59 Lyndale Ave. 

McAdam, Kathy L. 16 Tobey Ave. 

McAvoy, Roberta P. 56 Ames St. 

McEneaney, Joyce M. 302 Howe St. 



McEvoy, Kimberly B. 461 Broadway 

McGonigle, Gary S. 12 Louise Ave. 

McGravey , Jaymee 23 Capitol St . 

McKenna, Elizabeth J. 46 Milk St. 

McMurray, Bruce J. 33 Kensington Ave . 

McRobbie, Chuck 61 Tower St. 

Mellor, Stephen D. 60 Clayton Ave. 

Menihane, Kathleen M. 155 Phillips St. 

Messina, Ray B. 41 Arthur St. 

Messina, Thomas E. 157 Swan St. 

Miele, Rocco 40 Darius St. 

Milone, Sandra L. 35 Canobieola Rd. 

Minichino, Judithe A. 491 Prospect St. 

Mistal, Frank W. 6 Oakland Ave. 

Moore, David J. 8 Constance Ave. 

Morrison, Steven F. 106 Howe St. 

Morrison, Therese M. 44 Causeway St . 

Morrissey, Kevin R. 44 Laurel Ave. 

Moss, David W. 117 Pleasant Valley St. 

Moss, Donald 117 Pleasant Valley St. 

Murphy, Paul J. 112 Ford St. 

Murray, William 21 Barker St. 

Muzerall, Kathy M. 38 Haverhill St. 

Nadeau, Joseph D. 501 Lowell St. 

Najuch, Caroline A. 46 Ayer St. 

Nasser, Carol A. 7 Magnolia Rd. 

Nastasia, Richard R. 11 McKinley 

Ness, Jeffrey W. 17 Bruce St. 

Nicolosi, RonaldS. 36 Tilton St. 

Northup, Deidra L. 32 First St. 

Novello, Joyce M. 34 Redgate Drive 

O'Brien, John D. 105 Lowell St. 

O'Brien, Susan M. 106 Ashland Ave . 

O'Clare, GinaJ. 39 Monterey Drive 

Olef iro wicz , Barbara J. 14 Apple wood Lane 

Oliveri, Karen L. 15 Francella Rd. 

O'Rourke, AnnE. 38 Capitol St. 

Oser, Brett N. 134 Warwick St. 

Pacheco, Michael J. 444 Howe St. 

Paine, Mark S. 6 Annis St. 

Parisi, Paul J. 431 Oak St. 

Parker, Richard A. 344A Hampshire Rd. 

Pearson, Donald C. 81 Pleasant St. 

Pednault, Marise S. 11 Tenney St. 

Perrault, Cathy J. 50 Beverly St. 

Persichetti, Cindy S. 61 Berwick St. 

Piantigini, Denise 51 Clifton Rd. 

Piper, CathiJ. 23Y2 Pelham Ave . 

Pittera, John A. 15 Falmouth St. 



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Plantamura, David F. 56 Lowell St. 

Poisson, Richard E. 52 Oakland Ave. 

Polizzotti, Anna M. 15 Dottie Lane 

Poole, Diane M. 41 Josephine Ave . 

Powell, Deborah J. 23 Garfield St . 

Powers, Thomas R. 48 Timber Lane 

Privitera, Dennis A. 30 Renfrew St. 

Proposki, Walter E. 56 Haverhill St. 

Proulx, Susan 31 Clinton St. 

Provencher, Ruth A. 74V£ Union St. 

Prunier, Kathleen T. 2 Brookfield Rd . 

Purdy, Patrick R. 44 French St. 

Ragonese, Frances M. 21 Boylston St. 

Raitt, William T. 43 Maplewood Ave. 

Rastello, Mark C. 36 Morrison Court 

Ratcliffe, Donna A. 59 Tower St. 

Regan, Eileen P. 7 Beverly St. 

Regan, Melanie S. 5 Freeport Ave. 

Ricci, Diane M. 15 Randolph Ave . 

Richards, Bruce R. 11 Lyndale Ave. 

Rimas, Linda 56 Calumet Rd. 

Ripley, Stephen 59 West St. 

Robichaud, Kevin A. 428 Pelham St. 

Robillard, Mark E. 35PerleySt. 

Robitaille, Jeffrey M. 463 Prospect St. 

Rochette, Janine I. 71 Edgewood Ave. 

Roeger, Susan J. 54LippoldSt. 

Roger, Joseph R. 485 Lowell St. 

Romanelli, Karen 3 Granite St. 

Romeo, Debbie 52 Longview Terrace 

Rubeo, Robin 

Rubera, Deborah A. 2HobartRd. 

Rubera, Donna L. 2HobartRd. 

Russell, PaulM. 32 Stevens St. 

Sadezwicz, Debbie A. 58 Spencer St. 

Saffie, Mark A. 125 Pelham St. 

St. Germain, Gail L. 15 Erhardt Terrace 

St. Germain, Jody M. 135 Anderson Drive 

St. Onge, Daniel P. 491^2 Lowell St. 

Sambataro, James S. 53 Medford Ave. 

Sanguedolce, James J. 16 Pleasant View St. 

Savastano, John P. 28 Dana St. 

Scammon, Stephen F. 58 Pelham St. 

Scarelli, Karen L. 19 Kensington Ave. 

Sharp, Henry 19 Spruce St. 

Sheldon, Edward E. 178 Merrimack St. 

Shields, Theresa D. 27 Camden St. 

Sidlik, Sharon 17 Wellington St. 

Sidon, Cathy J. 15 Cochrane Circle 



Silvestro, Dana R. 19 Campbell St. 

Simon, Thomas E. 23 Marjorie St. 

Smith, Craig B. 55 Sugarhill Circle 

Smith, Shelley R. 50 Oakcrest Circle 

Soucey, Arthur C. 10 Ellis St. 

Soucy, Annette M. 119 West St. 

Sparta, Paula 7 Ponderosa Ave. 

Stankus, Sheryl A. 95 No. Lowell St. 

Stansfield, Elizabeth 25 Monroe Ave. 

Stott, Jeffrey R. 18 Ridge St. 

Sullivan, James M. 22 Milk Ave. 

Sunderland, Craig 30 Glen Forest Lane 

Tahan, Michael A. « 2 Sunset Ave. 

Teer, N. Peter 23 Independence Drive 

Teutonico, Brian 5 Sandra Lane 

Thibodeau, Eva G. 56 Emsley Terrace 

Thomson, Susan 252 Oakland Ave. 

Tinney, Helen E. 51 Pleasant St. 

Towler, Thomas 6 West Ayer 

Trovato, David M. 18 Boornazian Rd . 

Tudisca, Jennie 116 Jackson St. 

Tuminowski, Leonard 13 Cochrane St. 

Turmel, David W. 27 Lynbrook Rd . 

Urban, Bill P. 188 Oak St. 

Vallario, Michael J. 70 Howe St. 

Vandette, Kathleen C. 249 Lowell St. 

VanDoorne, Sandra V. 644 Prospect St . 

Vellandita, AnnM. 216 East St. 

Vieweg, LorrieJ. 376 Pelham St. 

Wallace, Bryce K. 193 Pelham St. 

Walsh, JoanD. 18 Madison St. 

Wanicki, Susan C. 26 Westland St. 

Wareing, James E. 83 Center St. 

Waters, Jeffrey J. 48 Hardy St. 

Weinhold, Michael P. 14 College Lane 

Welch, Karen L. 4 Duma Rd. 

Wermers, Eric L. 64 Maple St. 

Wermers, Ronald J. 64 Maple St. 

Whipple, DeloresA. 254 Pelham St. 

Whipple, William J. 21 AnnisSt. 

Winn, Stephen M. 6 Foreside St. 

Woolf, Karen C. 90 Piedmont St. 

Worster, Jonathan A. 261 Hampshire St. 

Wright, AnnM. 15 Beverly St. 

York, Bill F. 71 Lorenzo Circle 

Zacharias, Richard G. 50 Albion St. 

Zdanowicz, Julie H. 4 Oak Ridge 

Zytkewicz, Bruce S. 113 Howe St. 



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/ wish to express my deepest gratitude to those very 
special individuals who contributed so greatly of their 
time and effort to turn this book into a reality. 

Due to their hard work, I know the pages of this 
yearbook will bring back cherished memories and 
happy thoughts to the class of 1976 for years to come. 

Best wishes for happiness and success to all. 



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